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Officer in Off-Duty Shooting Named

HENDERSON, Nev. -- The Henderson Police Department has released the name of the officer involved in an off-duty shooting last week.

Officer Edward Little has been with Henderson Police since 2008.

Police say Little was at a friend's house when her estranged husband, 38-year-old Ruslan Zhgenti, came home. According to officers, the husband pulled a gun and Little shot and killed him.

He is currently on paid administrative leave.

Man Killed by Off-Duty Henderson Police Officer Identified

HENDERSON -- The man killed by an off-duty Henderson police officer has been identified as 38-year-old Ruslan Zhgenti of Henderson.

The shooting happened early Friday morning near Seven Hills Drive and Lizard Leaf Drive. A spokesperson with the city of Henderson said the officer shot Zhgenti after he confronted the officer and a woman. Zhgenti was the estranged husband of the woman.

The officer is on paid administrative leave and his identity has yet to be released.

Man Accused of Murdering Toddler in Court

HENDERSON -- Cody Geddings, the Henderson man accused of beating to death a 16-month-old girl, is in court for the continuation of his preliminary hearing.

The coroner took the stand and testified about the injuries 16-month-old Addison Weast suffered.

"On the right side of the brain of the area where I thought there might have been an impact sight, indeed there were contusions there which could not be seen with the naked eye but I could see with a microscope," said Dr. Gary Telgenhoff.

Geddings was arrested in April after Addison Weast died from severe head injuries. Police say the 24-year-old Geddings first claimed the child fell out of her crib and then claimed a heavy gas cylinder fell on the child's head. Doctors discovered the toddler's skull was shattered above her right ear.

Doctor Enters Not Guilty Plea in Golfer's Death Case

HENDERSON -- The doctor who was arrested several weeks after the death of professional golfer Erica Blasberg's death was due in Henderson Municipal Court Wednesday morning.

Thomas Hess did not appear in court but his attorney did and entered a plea of not guilty on an obstruction of justice charge.

Although Blasberg's death was ruled a suicide, Hess was charged because he removed a suicide note and prescriptions from the scene after finding her dead in her Henderson home.

Blasberg, who was 25-years-old, was found dead on May 9. The coroner's office found she had ingested several prescription drugs and had a plastic bag tied around her head.

AC Repairman Accused of Molestation No Show in Court

HENDERSON -- A bench warrant has been issued for the Las Vegas man accused of molesting a young girl while he was at the family's Henderson home to repair an air conditioner.

Marlowe Fuller was supposed to appear in Henderson Justice Court Monday for his felony arraignment but never showed up. The court has issued a bench warrant for the arrest of the 49-year-old.

Fuller, who is the owner of SOS Repair, was taken into custody after the child's family contacted police.

Police say during a search of Fuller's home, they discovered  a dresser drawer full of panties for young girls as well as skirts and bikini tops and bottoms. Police believe all of the items had been worn and that there could be other victims. 

Anyone with information on possible victims is urged to call Henderson Police Dept. at (702)267-4793 or Crime Stoppers at (702)385-5555.

Coroners Inquest into Henderson Shooting Ruled Justified

HENDERSON, Nev. -- The shooting death of a Henderson man by police has been ruled justified. A coroner's inquest was held Friday in the shooting of Richard Nolton.

The 42-year-old was killed after a standoff on July 3 with officers at his Henderson home near Greenway and east Horizon Drive.

Officers were called to Nolton's home after a call that he was threatening his wife and son. Both got away unharmed.

Nolton was shot by Officer Brian Pollard after he confronted police with a hand gun.

Police Seek Victims in Child Molestation Case

HENDERSON -- Nilo Fernandez will never forget 49-year-old Marlowe Fuller's face.

"It's sickening, just sickening. There is something wrong with that guy," Fernandez said. "We were shocked, because we didn't know that this person is like that."

Henderson Police arrested Fuller for allegedly sexually assaulting Fernandez's six-year-old niece. According to Fuller's arrest report, he allegedly assaulted the girl last month while making repairs to the family's home.

The report states a day later, the little girl told her family, "The man was touching her… touching her in between her legs and inside her panties." "I mean, a six-year-old girl. I can't see what goes through his mind," Fernandez said. The family notified Henderson Police, which launched an investigation.