LAS VEGAS — A 21-year-old Las Vegas lady was being sought Thursday for allegedly regulating a stolen automobile to run over and kill a Las Vegas spike salon owners who chased her for unwell to compensate for a $35 manicure, military said.
Las Vegas military expelled an Apr 2018 jailhouse print of a suspect, Krystal Whipple, along with an internet defence for information and storefront confidence video footage of a Saturday afternoon incident.
The video shows Ngoc Q. Nguyen, 51, of Garden Grove, California, jumping on a front of a black automobile sedan before being dragged underneath a automobile as it speeds away.
Homicide Lt. Ray Spencer pronounced in a video that Whipple attempted to compensate for her manicure with what Spencer called a fake credit label and told Nguyen and her father that she was going to her automobile to get money before commencement to expostulate away.
The husband, who is not named, can be seen holding on a automobile from behind.
Police pronounced a car, a let that had been stolen final month, was found deserted during a circuitously unit complex.
Whipple was convicted in 2017 in Las Vegas of attempted possession of a stolen vehicle, according to Clark County District Court records. She was condemned to 4 months in jail final year for violating trial in that case.
An profession who represented Whipple in a box did not immediately respond Thursday to messages.