Of Nevada’s accidental shooting, 1 remains dead, 4 injured; suspects have been arrested in Arizona, police say


One person was killed and four more were injured in Nevada, where police say an injured couple accidentally carried out the shooting early in the city throughout Thanksgiving, authorities said.

Shortly after 12:30 p.m., Thursday, Henderson police and fire brigades began receiving “more” calls from various people – from different parts of the city – who, according to a later press release that day, fired at them.

A few minutes to 1 minute in the morning, police received a report of a shot on the East Lake Mead Parkway and arrived that five people were injured or wounded, authorities said.

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A 22-year-old man was shot and killed at the scene. Police said four more people – one 23-year-old woman and three 18-, 41- and 53-year-old men – were injured. It was not clear whether all four were hit, but they are expected to survive their injuries.

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“It is believed in advance that the suspects accidentally surrounded the city, shooting at the citizens without obvious motive,” police said.

Police first identified the suspects as a man believed to be around 20-30 years old, bearded, and a woman believed to be in her twenties, both with tattooed or painted faces.

Investigators later followed the couple to Arizona, where they were arrested on related charges, police said.

According to information in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Arizona investigators have linked the suspects to multiple shootings in the state.

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Arizona-based La Paz County Sheriff William Risen said news site authorities moved to arrest the couple on Thursday, when bullets were fired. According to the report, one of the people arrested in Arizona was taken by helicopter to a local hospital after being shot by police.

Both studies are active and ongoing.