It’s been 16 months since three suspected Nevada members of the extremist boogaloo movement were arrested by FBI agents in an alleged conspiracy to cause violence.
QAnon is coming to Las Vegas, with one of the country’s largest gaming companies playing host to the far-right conspiracy group.
Joshua Martinez, who runs Nevada’s People’s Rights network, faces felony stalking and gun charges related to alleged threats against the life of a police detective.
A Las Vegas man linked to anti-government activist Ammon Bundy has been jailed for allegedly threatening the lives of a detective and prosecutor.
In Southern Nevada, authorities are aware of the broadening spectrum of extremism, fueled in part by months of COVID-19 isolation and online venting.
Three suspected Nevada boogaloo members will not be tried for several more months over an alleged conspiracy to cause violence during Black Lives Matter protests.
Stephen Parshall, Andrew Lynam, and William Loomis, are set to stand trial in federal court on felony charges. They also face a trial in Clark County District Court.
He was accused of sexually exploiting his stepdaughter in a new federal complaint and was previously indicted in an alleged conspiracy to commit violence at BLM protests.
The informant, identified by the pseudonym “John Smith,” testified before a county grand jury in June detailing his undercover encounters with the extremist group.
In a rare move, the alleged Las Vegas extremists were charged by two separate grand juries with conspiracy to cause violence at Black Lives Matter protests.
Federal security officer David Patrick Underwood, 53, was killed the night of May 29 and his partner was wounded.