Las Vegas breaking news for February 1, 2018

This is a roundup of all the breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley for February 1, 2018.

11 P.M.

Las Vegas police are investigating two people shot in front of a Walmart Neighborhood Market located near East Charleston and North Lamb boulevards. Both were transported to University Medical Center and are expected to live. Detectives are still trying to work out the details of what exactly happened. 

9:55 P.M.

Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting in the 3100 block of South Nellis Boulevard. A call came in of a man shot multiple times at 7:50 p.m. The caller then tried to drive the victim to the hospital. Officers and the ambulance found them en route and transported him the rest of the way to Sunrise Hospital. The victim then underwent surgery and is currently in critical condition.

8:30 P.M.

Las Vegas police say a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle near West Charleston Boulevard and Arville Street at 5:53 p.m. The pedestrian is in critical condition and Las Vegas police's Fatal Detail Department is responding due to the severity of the injuries. READ MORE

3:53 P.M.

A body has been found near Lake Mead Boulevard and Pabco Road. The person appeared to have suffered stab wounds. The Nevada Department of Wildlife notified Las Vegas police of the body. READ MORE

2:03 P.M.

Las Vegas police are currently investigating a shooting that took place in the 500 block of East Twain, near Paradise Road.  

One victim has been transported to the hospital but there's no word on a possible suspect at this time.  Expect road closures in the area as this is an active event.

5:15 A.M.

A crash on Interstate 15 just north of the Spaghetti Bowl is causing traffic delays this morning.

 

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