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Thursday on the 9900 block of Barrier Reef Drive, near West Sahara Avenue and South Hualapai Way.In a briefing near the scene, police said the teenager shot his dad in the head, killing him, then shot his mom, who got another gun and returned fire.On Friday, a Supreme Court decision compelled Metro to begin releasing the footage and audio. Source of video The body camera footage released Wednesday came from two canine officers, Sgt. Bitsko has been with the Metropolitan Police Department since August 2000, and Newton has been on the force since August 1996.By comparison, authorities in Florida released 911 calls from the Parkland high school shooting less than a month after the Feb. In January, the Review-Journal and other media organizations successfully sued for the release of search warrant and autopsy records from the Oct. The first officer to enter the room, Levi Hancock, did not activate his body camera.
She grew up having to visit her father in jail and has used that experience to pursue her studies in criminal justice reform and improving the incarceration system.The newly released videos, which amount to about two hours and 42 minutes of footage, grant the public its first peek into officers’ movements on the night of the tragedy. “We need to get Mesquite (police) over to his address,” one officer says.The Metropolitan Police Department is under court order to produce many more video records like it, as well as 911 calls from Oct. As the footage continues, a fire alarm begins blaring — a result of the explosive charge that blew Paddock’s door. Second breach Shortly after the first breach, police regather in Paddock’s suite and prepare to set off a second explosion — this time on the connecting door between the already cleared suite and the second room Paddock rented. But this time, just after the blast, a SWAT officer fires what police previously described as a negligent, three-round burst from his rifle. Paddock shared a home in Mesquite with Danley, his girlfriend.They said the boy jumped a wall and ran away, but was arrested about a quarter-mile away.Both the teen and his mom were hospitalized and are expected to survive, police said. Cannon/ Las Vegas Review-Journal Former Centennial High School player Troy Brown Jr., now 18 and one of the most accomplished high school basketball players in the history of Las Vegas, is back in his hometown preparing to play in the NBA. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)Las Vegas resident Mary Duda underwent a pancreatoduodenectomy, or Whipple procedure, for her pancreatic cancer.