Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-06-16 13:55:00 –
update: Suspects involved in arson at two locations in Wal-Mart, Las Vegas, appeared in court for the first time this week.
According to court records, Bryan Miller was detained as of Wednesday morning and bail was set at $ 75,000 on Tuesday.
He is currently charged with two charges of one arson, four assaults with deadly weapons, one charge of resistance to officers with deadly weapons of non-firearms, and four robbers. Facing prosecution.
Miller’s next court hearing is scheduled for June 17 in front of Judge Eric Goodman.
Original story (June 15th):
Las Vegas (FOX5)-According to the Clark County Fire Department, a man was arrested on Tuesday in connection with a series of arson in the Las Vegas Valley.
Brian Ray Miller, 60, faces three arson associated with burning paper products at two local locations in Wal-Mart. The store’s sprinkler system has been activated.
“The fire extinguishing system worked as designed and kept the fire away until the Clark County Fire Department crew arrived and could extinguish the fire,” the agency said in a statement. “Fire and water damage is estimated to exceed $ 100,000 in each case.”
CCFD’s fire investigation department investigated the case.
Two locations in Wal-Mart were affected: 5198 Boulder Highway and 6005 South Eastern Avenue.
He is currently booked at the Clark County Detention Center. According to prison records, his bail was set at $ 3,000. His first appearance will take place on Tuesday at 1:30 pm in the Court of Justice.
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