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Las Vegas Woman Victim of Foreclosure Mistake

LAS VEGAS -- A Las Vegas woman says she was the victim of a horrible mistake that left her with an empty condominium and a lot of questions.

Nilly Mauck lived in her condominium for two years and said she never had problem until a series of strange events eventually led to a company coming into her home and throwing away everything she owned.

As Mauck walks around her now empty condo, she can't help but remember how things used to look. Every room in the home is empty and Mauck says the reason is a mistake of address numbers. Her address is 1157, which is right next to 1156, a condo that is in foreclosure.

SLIDESHOW: Pictures from inside the condo before the trash out

Attorney Claims Woman is Inflating her Loss in Foreclosure Mix Up

LAS VEGAS -- A Las Vegas woman's story of losing everything because of a foreclosure mix up is now being disputed.

8 News Now reported Nilly Mauck's story Monday. Mauck said a mix up in addresses caused a local realtor to think her condominium was a foreclosure and had all of her belongings removed.

Now, an attorney for the realtor involved in the case is speaking out. The attorney and realty group believe the victim is trying to get more bang for her buck because of an obvious mistake by the realty group. However, there now appears to be even more confusion over a set of pictures of the apartment before it was cleared. 

SLIDESHOW: Pictures from inside the condo before the trash out

Man's Death in Struggle with Police Ruled Homicide

LAS VEGAS, Nv -- The Clark County Coroner's office is reporting that the manner of death for a man who stopped breathing while being arrested by police is a homicide.

Dustin Boone died on November 4 after police attempted to subdue him by using a neck restraint.

A social worker call police because Boone was acting erratically and not properly taking his prescribed medication. Police say when they contacted the suspect he resisted arrest and struggled with them. When he stopped breathing, officers called for medical assistance.

Suspect in Custody After Police Manhunt

A suspect is in custody and facing charges after a manhunt that lasted nearly two hours in the area of Torrey Pines and Twain Wednesday.

Metro police say the incident happened when an officer made a traffic stop and the suspect took off running. At one point the officer fired his gun at the suspect but did not hit him. Several streets were closed and seven schools were put on lockdown as a safety precaution. The following schools are no longer on lockdown:

Decker Elementary School
Dondero Elementary School
Thiriot Elementary School
Marion Earl Elementary School
Jydstrup Elementary School
Kenny Guinn Middle School
Southwest Behavior School


Police Investigate Child with Loaded Gun at School Bus Stop

A Ries Elementary School student is in serious trouble for having a loaded gun at a school bus stop Friday morning.

Police say the 7-year-old student brought the gun to the bus stop and while showing it to another student, fired it and struck a parked utility vehicle.

The Clark County School District says there were 46 children waiting at the bus stop near Blue Diamond and Decatur when the second grader began showing kids the 9mm gun.

"It is an unfortunate incident and of course we do not know all the details behind this and what he was thinking but it is a very scary thought to think that a 7-year-old is in possession of a gun," said Sgt. Darnell Couthen, CCSD Police.

The school bus driver was told of the gun and reported it to authorities.

Woman Who Shot Husband Leaves Jail

The woman accused of shooting her husband to death in front of the couple's home is out of jail.

Ericka McElroy was released Tuesday because prosecutors had yet to file charges against her. She is accused of shooting her husband, 37-year-old Shane McElroy after a domestic dispute in front of their home near Cactus and Decatur.

McElroy told police her husband was abusive to her and she killed him because she believed he was going to kill her.

Arrest Report Reveals Details About Deadly Domestic Shooting

LAS VEGAS, Nv. -- There are new details in the domestic fight that left a Las Vegas man dead in the street in front of his southwest home.

Ericka McElroy who is 25-years-old was arrested for the shooting Wednesday morning. In the Arrest Report, she told officers her husband Shane McElroy accused her of having an affair the night before the shooting.

Read the Arrest Report

McElroy told police that her husband left and then came back drunk and after fighting inside their home near Cactus and Decatur, McElroy says she grabbed her 20 gauge shotgun out of a closet.