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    NV - Mohammad Nestor Robinson, 31, LV, Fatally Shot For Not Holding Door For Woman


    "He was coming into McDonald's and some female was going out. The door closed before she could get out and what happened is she said a few choice words to him," Nestor said.

    Nestor said the woman's boyfriend went looking for Nestor Robinson, an argument took place, and he was shot.

    Read more at http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/32857...orth-las-vegas



    Police are looking for the man who gunned down a Las Vegas father during a dispute at a local McDonald’s restaurant Saturday night.

    Read more at http://fox59.com/2016/08/30/man-fata...-at-mcdonalds/



    The suspect is believed to have fled before police arrived at the scene. If anyone has information regarding Robinson’s shooting, you can North Las Vegas Police Department at (702) 633-9111 or send in an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.

    Read more at http://www.morningnewsusa.com/mohamm...-23101191.html
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    Oh come on. A lot of people need anger management classes. RIP Mohammad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Daephine View Post
    Oh come on. A lot of people need anger management classes. RIP Mohammad.


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    Yeh. Seems pretty hypocritical to me. I'm sure all rational people will agree, murder is a much severer infraction than a mere slight of etiquette.

    I hope LE are able to locate and apprehend the walking time bomb before he blows again.
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    Apparently, there's no rush finding the culprit. No descriptions of the woman or the gunman. Surely there were other people at the McDonald's who can help identify these people?

    This article does identify a witness:

    http://crimefeed.com/2016/08/can-you...gas-mcdonalds/

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    Robinson’s friend, who witnessed the incident, said that the woman had “a few choice words” for Robinson as she accused him of not holding the door for her.


    ​So, why no description?
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    This is just ridiculous. I hope they find this lowlife and lock him up forever!

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    Nevada Cops Hunt Murder Suspect Who Vanished From Interrogation Room




    Authorities were still searching Sunday for a brazen and possibly murderous escape artist who slipped out of a Nevada interrogation room Friday.

    The white Ford pickup that police said Alonso Perez, 25, used once he fled police custody without the suspect, leaving the murder victim's sister angrily wondering how such an escape could even happen and the police in a desperate hunt for their man.


    "I can understand their frustration — we're just as frustrated ourselves," North Las Vegas police spokesman Aaron Patty told NBC News. "But the bigger focus is: We have a homicide suspect on the loose."

    "I've never seen anything like this in my career here," he said.

    To Mohammed's sister, Maggie, the seeming impossibility of Perez's escape mattered little. How, she asked, could there not be more security at a police department?

    "You are interviewing a murder suspect," she told KSNV. "You couldn't have another person there?"

    Patty said the department will take a closer look at the details of Perez's escape. But he added: "Believe me, this is the last thing we wanted to happen.


    http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/...n-room-n642746
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    North Las Vegas police recover vehicle stolen by man linked to homicide

    Police said Perez stole a 2016 Ford F-250 pickup truck from a nearby business and fled. Patty said the vehicle was returned to the owner Saturday.

    ~snipped~

    http://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/h...inked-homicide
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    It is really scary he was able to just break out of the handcuffs and escape the police station. I hope this guy is behind bars very, very soon and without incident.
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    I'm willing to bet that this woman's boyfriend has never so much as opened a car door for her. While it's common courtesy to hold the door open for people (women and men), it should never cost someone their life if they don't.

    I am also baffled how he was able to escape. Usually, investigators are watching the cameras to see how a suspect behaves while they are out of the room... unless I just watch too much "The First 48."
    Justice for Trayvon

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    A murder suspect who was able to slip out of his handcuffs and escape a Nevada interrogation room was captured early Wednesday, police said.

    North Las Vegas police said in a news release that Alonso Perez, 25, was located inside a Vegas home and was taken into custody without incident.
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/09/07...-arrested.html

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    From KayElJay link http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/09/07...-arrested.html

    Slipped out of cuffs?
    Twisted them?
    Broke the hinge?

    What kind of cuffs did they use? These?

    "A murder suspect who was able to slip out of his handcuffs and escape a Nevada interrogation room was captured early Wednesday, police said....
    Perez was alone in an interrogation room when he broke the hinge on his handcuffs and escaped the police station with one cuff still attached to his right wrist, Office Aaron Petty said.
    "He twisted them until they broke," Petty said earlier Tuesday of the wrist restraints. "This is an extremely unfortunate circumstance. We're going to take a look at the details of how he escaped." "


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    I hope they catch this creep ASAP!! This sounds just about as irresponsible as somebody could be. I hope they tack another 10 years on his sentence for this stunt. He's likely a murderer. He should have been in leg irons and been cuffed to the chair. Or at the very least, the door should have been locked!
    Last edited by glf; 09-07-2016 at 08:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glf View Post
    I hope they catch this creep ASAP!! This sounds just about as irresponsible as somebody could be. I hope they tack another 10 years on his sentence for this stunt. He's likely a murderer. He should have been in leg irons and been cuffed to the chair. Or at the very least, the door should have been locked!
    They did catch him, early this morning

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    Video of Interview Room Escape


    The FBI turned Perez over to the North Las Vegas police, whose officers brought Perez to an interview room at the detective bureau station. They shackled his legs together and handcuffed one arm to a metal bar screwed to a tabletop. Every so often, a detective checked on Perez.


    [...]

    If the officers had been observing the footage, this is what they would have seen:

    Read more at https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...national_pop_b

    He escaped through the ceiling! Unreal! The video at link is slow loading, so be patient.
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    A judge in North Las Vegas set bail at $1.62 million for a Nevada homicide suspect who was re-arrested four days after authorities say he broke a set of handcuffs and escaped from a police office.

    That brought the total bail for Alonso Perez to more than $1.7 million in cases in two cities.

    Read more at ... http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/cri...pe-9210668.php
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    Earlier newspaper article stated suspect was due back in court on 9/22, by I couldn't find anything. Maybe somebody else Will have better luck.

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