Defense attorneys for former Raiders star Henry Ruggs argued in court papers filed Monday that turning over his medical records to prosecutors violates doctor-patient privilege.
Dozens of dogs, some barking, panting and tugging at their clinking leashes, walked with their owners Saturday morning at Town Square Las Vegas.
Henry Ruggs’ fatal crash is still too raw for many in Montgomery, Alabama, to talk publicly about. But privately, it’s what everybody is talking about.
The family of Tina Tintor held a funeral service Thursday for the 23-year-old killed in a car crash involving then-Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs.
Attorneys said in new documents filed Wednesday that Clark County firefighters “were in a position to extinguish the vehicle fire while it was in its infancy stages and failed to do so.”
Newly released 911 calls capture the moment witnesses started to report the fiery crash that killed Tina Tintor and her dog, Max, on the morning of Nov. 2.
The records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal offer a glimpse of a chaotic scene with constantly changing information as first responders headed to the crash.
The family of Tina Tintor will hold a public funeral service Thursday for the 23-year-old killed in a Nov. 2 car crash involving former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs.
Though Ruggs did not attend a morning court hearing Wednesday, records show that he pleaded not guilty in the case.
Henry Ruggs and Damon Arnette are gone, but nothing is more important to an NFL team than finding players you believe are good enough to win.
Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver DeVonta Smith said former Raider wideout Henry Ruggs was doing OK following the fatal crash he was involved in last week.
A GoFundMe page created by the family of Tina Tintor had received over $90,000 in donations from over 2,000 donors as of Monday morning.
Although the minimum sentence for a charge of DUI resulting in death is two years, people convicted in recent cases have received prison terms of at least six years.
Three days after a 23-year-old Las Vegas woman was killed in a fiery crash involving then-Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs, friends and co-workers hugged and cried at a nearby corner, wincing every time a car sped past.
Former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs initially faced charges of DUI and reckless driving — both resulting in death. Now he faces a total of four felonies and a misdemeanor.