Hombre acusado de asesinato después de que la policía de Las Vegas encontrara una cabeza cortada y otras partes del cuerpo en la parte trasera de un camión robado

Un hombre que conducía en el área de Las Vegas con la cabeza cortada en la parte trasera de un camión presuntamente robado fue acusado de asesinato, según denuncia penal.

Eric Holland fue arrestado en diciembre 24, la denuncia decía.
En diciembre 23, a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer tried to pull over a Toyota Tundra truck that had a suspended registration, la denuncia decía. [object Window] “initially stoppedbut then drove away as officers tried to speak to him, according to the court document.
      The truck was then driven into a parking garage. Moments later another truck, “a gold Chevrolet Avalanche,” was seen leaving the parking garage, según documentos judiciales.
        It is unclear if Holland was the same driver for both vehicles.
          Police followed the gold Avalanche to an apartment complex, where Holland got out and repeatedly ignored commands given by police, según documentos judiciales. Once Holland was in custody, police were able to confirm that both trucks were reportedly stolen, la denuncia decía.
          While searching the gold truck, police found a black plastic trash bag emittinga foul odorwith a severed head inside, según la denuncia.
          Holland, on the scene, said he wouldn’t answer questions without a lawyer, según la denuncia.
          Additional coolers found in the gold truck allegedly containedtwo human legs” y “an apparent human torso,” la denuncia decía.
          The Clark County coroner’s office identified the victim as Richard P. Molinero, a 65-year-old White male from Las Vegas. The coroner’s office ruled the death a homicide due to multiple gunshot wounds.
          An attorney for Holland, PAG. David Westbrook, dicho, “The body recovered in this case was in the second truck (the Chevy) not the first (the Toyota). Adicionalmente, the truck bed was covered and the body was stored in sealed coolers. “
            In order to presume that Mr. Holland had prior knowledge of the contents of this truck, you would also have to believe that he lead police to the body intentionally,” Westbrook said. “La pregunta es: why would he do this?”
            The next court appearance for Holland in this case is scheduled for January 27, according to Westbrook and court documents.

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