LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — An officer that was arrested in an arranged crime theft ring in May well will not facial area prosecution. The Clark County District Lawyer made a decision towards Las Vegas Metropolitan Law enforcement Department’s request to prosecute this officer.
An arrest report from LVMPD on May possibly 21 reveals Samuelito Quijano was arrested in link to a theft ring involving property improvement outlets.
The law enforcement investigation asked for prices of burglary, conspiracy to dedicate burglary, and organized retail theft to be brought from him, but those costs have been denied by Steve Wolfson, Clark County District Attorney.
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Steve Grammas, the Las Vegas Law enforcement Protective Association president, reported there are numerous explanations why this could take place.
“The officers may have a possible result in to make the arrest, but when the courts search at it in a grander authorized eye it can adjust that point of view and the point of proving outside of a reasonable doubt, did that human being commit that criminal offense,” said Grammas.
5 other persons had been also arrested in May perhaps. They involve Kristine Quijano, 30 Ranjit Quijano, 29 Edward Silvestre, 50 Alejandro Delacruz, 40 and Enrico Ronquillo, 41.
According to the arrest report for the law enforcement officer, Kristine Quijano is his sister. His relation to Ranjit Quijano was not listed.
The arrest report also suggests that Ranjit and Kristine Quijano confessed to the