Jeff Germann: Las Vegas police execute search warrant in connection with veteran journalist’s death

The German was found dead outside his Las Vegas home on Saturday, police said. The Review-Journal said the German was found with a “stab wound”. The Clark County coroner’s office confirmed to CNN that German’s cause of death was multiple sharp trauma and that his cause of death was homicide.

Police confirmed to CNN that the LVMPD was processing a search warrant related to the murder, but did not immediately provide additional information. A search warrant may be issued when a judge discovers a cause for which the police may find evidence of a crime.

Uniformed officers and a police vehicle were seen Wednesday morning outside the home of Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, according to local media. It is unknown whether

Police did not provide CNN information regarding the activity that occurred at the address linked to Teles.CNN has reached out to Teles and his office for comment.

A German reported on Robert Telles’ surveillance of his office writing: Telles created a hostile work environment and maintained inappropriate relationships with staffTelles lost his run for re-election in June.

The Review-Journal has released a statement regarding the German deaths this weekend.

“The Review Journal family is devastated by the loss of Jeff,” said Editor-in-Chief Glenn Cook, according to the newspaper. Without it, it’s hard to imagine what Las Vegas would be like today.”


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