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Authorities name man dead after 5-vehicle crash in Henderson

Authorities have identified a 54-year-old man who was pronounced dead after a five-vehicle crash in Henderson.

The Clark County coroner said Tuesday that Paul John Petronsky Jr. of Henderson died after the crash about 1:45 p.m. Monday at Warm Springs Road and Stephanie Street. Officials say it will take several weeks to determine his cause of death.

Henderson police say another man was taken to St. Rose Dominican Hospital, Rose de Lima Campus for treatment of injuries that weren't believed to be life-threatening. His name wasn't made public.

Police say Petronsky may have had a medical episode before the BMW he was driving hit other vehicles.

Paramedics weren't able to resuscitate Petronsky. He was pronounced dead at nearby Henderson Hospital... Read More

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1 killed in crash near Stephanie and Warm Springs; area expected to be closed for hours

Henderson Police investigated a fatal crash near N. Stephanie Street and W. Warm Springs Road Monday afternoon. Officers said the intersection is expected to be closed for the next several hours.

According to police, two people were hurt in the multiple-vehicle crash, but are said to have sustained non-life threatening injuries. They were taken to St. Rose and Henderson hospitals.

Police said the one person killed died at the scene.

The exact cause of the crash is unknown.

8 News NOW has a crew on the way to the scene. We'll have the latest on the crash in a live report on 8 News NOW at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m... Read More

Police arrest man allegedly connected to bank robberies at same bank

Henderson Police arrested a man who allegedly robbed the same bank twice.

According to police, 31-year-old Anthony Hylton was arrested on Jan. 31 for robbing the Citibank located at 10211 S. Eastern Avenue.

Henderson Police said on Oct. 7, the suspect entered the Citibank around 10 a.m. and showed a gun as he demanded money from bank employees. Officers said Hylton then fired one round into the ground from a .45 caliber handgun before leaving the area in a black SUV with an undisclosed amount of cash.

On Jan. 17 at about 12 p.m., Hylton returned to the bank and once again demanded money after showing a gun, officers said.

Henderson Police said bank employees recognized the suspect as the same suspect from the previous robbery. The suspect stole an undisclosed
amount of cash from the teller drawer. Police said he once again fled the scene in the same black SUV.

No one was injured during either of the two robberies... Read More

Sources: Home targeted in burglary belongs to Floyd Mayweather

A home belonging to boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. was burglarized over the weekend, according to Las Vegas police sources.

The break in occurred in a home on Wood Creek Court on Southern Highlands golf course sometime between Friday, Feb. 24 and Monday, Feb. 27.

According to police, it is believed several items of value were taken.

Mayweather was in Los Angeles celebrating his 40th birthday.

At this time, no suspect/s have been identified and no further information is available... Read More

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Suspect accused of robbing woman at Sunset Station arrested

Henderson Police arrested a 54-year-old man in connection with the robbery of an 80-year-old woman playing slot machines at Sunset Station on Feb. 20.

Darnell Webster, 54, is accused of hitting the woman in the head as she was playing on a slot machine, grabbing her purse and running out of the casino.

Police were able to determine that Webster used the victim's credit cards after the robbery. Surveillance video helped police identify Webster and his vehicle. Webster had embezzled the car from a Henderson Kia dealership, police said.

He was taken into custody at his home Friday.

He was booked into the Henderson Detention Center. He is facing charges of robbery, burglary and attempted burglary... Read More

2 arrested for attempting to burglarize a home

Henderson Police said it arrested two people who attempted to burglarize a home early Friday morning.

Taylor Goodman, 22, and Shawn Erickson, 26, were arrested for the crime.

According to police, the incident happened just after midnight in the 60th block of Incline Village Court when an unknown man, later identified as Erickson, was spotted inside the garage of a home.

The suspect fled on foot after being confronted by the homeowner. Henderson Police said as officers were searching for the suspect in the neighborhood, a vehicle without its lights on was seen leaving the area.

Police tried to stop the vehicle, but the driver, later identified as Goodman sped away.

The driver traveled south on South Valle Verde Drive before getting onto Interstate 215 West. Henderson Police said the driver lost control and hit a concrete barrier, causing the front tire to go flat... Read More

Police arrest 6 suspects accused of multiple burglaries in Henderson

Police have arrested six people in connection with multiple burglaries to homes in Henderson.

Henderson Police arrested 19-year-old Jacque Plant, 19-year-old Michael Gale, 21-year-old Adolphus Newell, 37-year-old Dennis Felton, 20-year-old Donique Divers, and 25-year-old Reinaldo Estrada-Hernandez.

Authorities said they received tips, video surveillance, and photographs from citizens reporting suspicious activity, which aided in capturing the suspects.

"It's a sad situation to be in especially for people who are elderly, people that are by themselves, it's just an awful thing to have to go through," resident Christina Gavlak said.

At least 15 homes were burglarized, but that number could grow, according to public information officer Scott Williams. Investigators are also working with Metro Police as the suspects could be tied to incidents throughout the valley. ... Read More