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Officials: No arrests, few disruptions at Nevada vote sites

Posted at 4:44 PM, Nov 09, 2016

Authorities in Nevada reported no arrests and few disruptions at polling places during voting Tuesday in hotly contested presidential, state and local races.
A spokeswoman for Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske said Wednesday that a statewide command center logged no serious incidents.
In Las Vegas, Clark County school police say a man who wanted to accompany ballots to a counting center was escorted away from a high school polling site.
School police Capt. Ken Young says the man wasn't arrested.
American Civil Liberties Union legal affairs director Amy Rose says a similar incident occurred at Bonanza High School in Las Vegas, with no arrest.
In Henderson, a city spokeswoman says police were unable to locate a man a man dressed in black who a caller from at a library polling site considered to be suspicious.