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April 20, 2014

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Man is shot, killed after argument; suspect arrested

Jason Sise of Las Vegas was taken into custody Sunday after allegedly shooting and killing a man during an argument. The victim and Sise were transported to University Medical Center, Metro Police said. The victim was pronounced dead, and Sise, 34, suffered multiple non-life-threatening lacerations to his face, Metro Police said.

Jason Sise of Las Vegas was taken into custody Sunday after allegedly shooting and killing a man during an argument. The victim and Sise were transported to University Medical Center, Metro Police said. The victim was pronounced dead, and Sise, 34, suffered multiple non-life-threatening lacerations to his face, Metro Police said.

A man was shot and killed Sunday morning after an argument in a nearby home escalated into a fight in the front yard.

Around 6:40 a.m., police received reports of a man who had been shot and another who was injured at the 3200 block of Point Lobos Drive near Cheyenne Avenue and Jones Boulevard, Metro Police said.

Police found a man in the front yard who had been shot and Jason Sise, 34, who had multiple cuts on his face and head.

Both men were transported to University Medical Center, police said. At the hospital the shooting victim was pronounced dead, police said.

Sise, a resident of Las Vegas, who was treated with nonlife-threatening injuries, appeared to be the shooter after an initial investigation. Sise was taken into custody on one count of murder with a deadly weapon.

Anyone with information about the incident may call Metro Police at 828-3521 or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 385-5555 or online at crimestoppersofnv.com.

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