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Las Vegas breaking news for Feb. 1, 2020

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Posted at 12:15 PM, Feb 01, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.

9:36 P.M.

UPDATE 2/12/20:
The Clark County Coroner has identified the victim as 67-year-old Charles Leroy Bohnsack. He did not have a city of residence listed. The cause of death was blunt force injuries, accident.

Las Vegas police are reporting that a vehicle hit an elderly man on South Las Vegas Boulevard at Le Baron Avenue. This is near the South Point Hotel Casino. South Las Vegas Boulevard will be closed there for the next few hours while police investigate. Driver impairment is not suspected at this time. Avoid the area.

7:44 P.M.
Las Vegas police are investigating a multiple vehicle crash that closed down the intersection of South Nellis Boulevard and Mohave Avenue. Three vehicles were involved in the crash and four people from one vehicle were transported to the hospital, one with serious injuries. Please avoid the area.

7:30 P.M.
North Las Vegas police are searching for 68-year-old Howard Webb this evening. He was last seen on Friday, Jan. 31 around 11:30 p.m. He was last seen in the 300 block of Duchess Avenue, near North Commerce Street and West Carey Avenue. He is 5'6", 138 pounds with black/grey hair and brown eyes. Webb has multiple medical issues and takes over fifteen medications throughout the day. Webb did not take his medication or his identification with him. Call North Las Vegas police at 702-633-9111 if you see him

1:13 P.M.
Las Vegas police report the intersection of Rainbow Boulevard and Twain Avenue is shut down in all directions due to a collision involving a truck and a motorcycle. The truck driver remained at the scene but the motorcyclist was transported to the hospital with serious injuries.

11:11 A.M.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal traffic collision near the intersection of Tropicana Avenue and Fort Apache Road. Travel lanes will be shut down for several hours, according to police, for their investigation. READ MORE


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