Las Vegas police arrest officer in investigative journalist’s death

Las Vegas Police have arrested overnight Wednesday a U.S. official for his alleged connection to the murder of investigative reporter Jeff German, found lifeless last Saturday in front of his home with stab wounds.

The public administrator of Clark County, Robert Telles, has been arrested although it has not been publicized by the Police, which has only detailed that “the suspect in the homicide occurred on September 2, 2022, has been taken into custody,” as reported by Review-Journal, the newspaper to which German belonged.

Clark County Jail Police records show Telles is being held on a murder charge and has a court appearance scheduled for Thursday afternoon.

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German was found dead outside his Las Vegas home on Saturday, as announced by Review-Journal.

“The Review-Journal family is devastated by the loss of Jeff,” said Glenn Cook, the outlet’s executive editor. “He was the gold standard of the news business. It’s hard to imagine what Las Vegas would be like today without his many years of shining a bright light in dark places,” he added.

The media outlet’s editor indicated that the journalist, who covered numerous stories related to organized crime, had not reported any concerns about his personal safety or any threats against him.

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