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.
With the stroke of a pen this week, Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) made law a measure to reform concealed carry rights and expand castle doctrine in the state.
Nevada lawmakers gave their final stamp of approval to a pair of proposals that would reform concealed carry rights and relax zero-tolerance policies in the state’s schools.
When the suspect entered the victim’s bedroom, he didn’t know that the victim had already heard the glass shatter and grabbed his gun beforehand.
Markus Hendrik Kaarma, 30, of Missoula was given a term of 70 years Thursday following the 2014 shooting of Diren Dede, 17, in his garage.
Neighbors said Monday wasn’t the first time residents at the group home had run away from the facility and a state inspection last summer revealed almost 30 health and safety deficiencies.
The attempted break-in has many area residents feeling rather uneasy since it occurred in broad daylight, but they also said the homeowner’s actions were appropriate.
After attempting to burn down her house in April, the suspect returned to the woman’s house threatening to kill her. Only this time, the woman took no chances and greeted him with a loaded shotgun.
Howard Murphy said he didn’t want to the kill the suspect, he only wanted him off of him and out of his house. “Either I was going to get hurt or he was going to get hurt,” he said. “I know I didn’t want to get hurt in my own house.”