Las Vegas official accused of fatally stabbing journalist who exposed his marital affair is charged

A Las Vegas official who is accused of fatally stabbing a journalist who exposed his martial affair has been charged with murder and could lose his $130,000 salary. 

Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, 45, was arraigned on Tuesday, officially being charged with the ‘unlawful, heinous, senseless murder of [Las Vegas Review-Journal] reporter Jeff German.’  

‘The Clark County District Attorney, on behalf of the state of Nevada, has officially filed a criminal complaint charging you with a crime of murder,’ Judge William D. Jansen said. 

Telles, who has not publicly denied the murder, will be represented by a public defender. He will also continue to be held without bail. 

German, 69, was found stabbed to death outside his home on September 3, a day after a straw hat-wearing suspect was found on surveillance footage near the journalist’s home. 

German – who worked in Sin City for most of his career – died of ‘multiple sharp force injuries’ in a homicide, the Clark County…

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