The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.
Police reported a 40-year-old man was shot in the shoulder by another man with a shotgun during a domestic disturbance in the 5300 block of Arbor Way, near Decatur Boulevard. The victim was transported in critical condition but was expected to survive with the suspect in custody.
UPDATE 8 P.M.
Barricade situation in the 6600 block of West Washington Avenue, near Rainbow Boulevard, has ended with one person in custody. Police did not release any further immediate details from the scene. READ MORE
Woman critically injured in a crosswalk after being struck by a Hummer at the intersection of Ogden Drive and Main Street. Impairment was not suspected of the driver, but officers had lane closures at the scene for their investigation.
The coroner notified police on May 30 that the woman died of her injuries. She was identified as 52-year-old Gina Kido.
#FASTALERT— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) May 23, 2019
5/22/2019 6:20 PM
Due to a Crash
Main St is Closed in Both Directions
between Ogden and Stewart
Use Other Routes
Officers are working an active barricade situation in the 6600 block of West Washington Avenue, near Rainbow Boulevard. Police attempted to make a vehicle stop, but the suspect did not stop, and authorities followed the vehicle to that location.
UPDATE 7:33 A.M.:
Two teens were involved in the deadly crash in Summerlin area early this morning, according to Las Vegas police. The driver booked for suspicion of DUI has been identified by authorities. READ MORE
Las Vegas police are investigating a deadly crash involving a suspected impaired driver in the Summerlin area. Officers say two cars crashed at Preakness Pass and Churchill Downs (near Fort Apache Road and Sahara Avenue) shortly before 1 a.m. One person was brought to the hospital with serious injuries and one driver was brought into custody.
Please avoid the area of Preakness Pass and Churchill downs in Peccole Ranch as we investigate a fatal collision involving a suspected impaired driver. These senseless deaths are preventable. This needs to stop!— LVMPD Traffic Bureau (@LVMPD_Traffic) May 22, 2019
Crews are cleaning up after a car crashed into a fire hydrant near Maryland Parkway and Silverado Ranch. No injuries to report. The crash happened around 11 p.m. on May 20. No word on whether the driver was impaired. WATCH
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