The Las Vegas Metro Police Department has destroyed more than 1.4 million handgun registration records dating back over 50 years.
The couple came by the home the day before claiming to have car trouble, but a review of surveillance video shows the female scoping out the property.
Jason Clary said the men already threatened to kill him and when they showed up at his house with metal pipes and charged at him, he pulled the trigger.
When police arrived on the scene, they found a trail of blood, and a short time later, they had all four suspects in custody.
A man trespassing on the property was involved in a confrontation, and subsequent shooting, with the homeowner outside of his 107-year-old castle.
The suspect put a knife to the woman’s throat and forced her into her car before she grabbed her gun and shot him.
When the contractor walked outside, he was confronted by an armed robber, but a fellow worker – and CCP-holder – witnessed the robbery and stopped it.
While Guns.com routinely publishes stories of defensive gun uses, we wanted to take a deeper look into those cases and see how often charges were filed after the incident.
The Las Vegas Metro Police Department told Guns.com the expansive collection of pistol permits on file in Clark County will soon be destroyed.
Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo issued a directive to his department this week ending the long-standing handgun registration requirement effective immediately.