Woman gets run over at nail salon
A woman was killed outside of a nail salon Saturday afternoon after a customer driving a rental car allegedly ran her over while trying to leave the salon without paying, Las Vegas police said. Officers were called at about p. Ray Spencer said during a media briefing Saturday night. A woman in her mid 20s is suspected of driving a vehicle over another woman after her credit card was declined at the salon, police said. The woman was taken to University Medical Center, where she died.
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Manicurist dies after being run over by customer who refused to pay $35 bill, police say
Nguyen of Garden Grove, California, and said the cause of death was multiple blunt-force injuries. Police were trying to identify the suspect and were investigating the crime as a murder, Officer Larry Hadfield said. The woman got a manicure Saturday at a salon about a mile and a half from the Las Vegas Strip, but her credit card was declined when she went to pay. The woman went to her car, telling salon workers she would come back to pay another way but then tried to drive away, according to police Lt.
Ray Spencer. The manicurist ran in front of the car to try to stop the woman from driving off but was hit by the vehicle, police said.
The woman drove away, and Nguyen was taken to a hospital, where she died. Sonny Chung, who said he lived with Nguyen for 13 years, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that he tried in vain to stop the suspect. The suspect was in a rental car that had been stolen three weeks ago, Spencer said. The car was found abandoned at a nearby apartment complex.
Investigators don't believe the person who rented the car was connected to the crime and were reviewing surveillance video to try to identify the woman. Woman ran over nail salon owner, police say. Sign up for Breaking News Alerts Be in the know.
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Nail salon worker, 51, is hit and killed by a car as she tries to stop a customer fleeing
Timothy Treffinger, an attorney for Krystal Whipple, did not immediately respond to an emailed message seeking comment Monday on the indictment. The indictment, filed in Nevada court on Friday, charges Whipple four felonies in the death of Ngoc Q. Nguyen, 51, of Garden Grove, California.
Las Vegas police released surveillance video footage on Thursday that shows a woman fatally running over a nail salon owner after failing to pay for a manicure. Nhu "Annie" Ngoc Q. Nguyen, 51, was killed on Saturday as she tried to stop a customer from leaving Crystal Nails and Spa in Las Vegas without paying. The customer, identified by police Thursday as year-old Krystal Whipple, allegedly attempted to pay with a fraudulent credit card, then went to the parking lot, saying she would get money from her car. Surveillance video allegedly shows Whipple getting into a car before the salon's owners run after her as she begins to pull out of the lot.
Woman accused of killing Las Vegas nail salon worker over $35 manicure arrested
You have to come forward, baby. A manhunt is underway for her daughter, Krystal Whipple, 21, who is accused of killing Ngoc Q. Nguyen, a nail salon owner and mother of three. Authorities said she tried to pay for her manicure with a fraudulent credit card and then told Nguyen that she was going to her car to get cash before beginning to drive away. Las Vegas police released storefront security footage of the incident that shows Nguyen, 51, of Garden Grove, California, jumping on the front of a black convertible sedan before being dragged beneath the car as it speeds away. Police said the car was reported stolen from a rental agency last month. It was later found abandoned.
Police: Nail salon worker killed by customer over $35 manicure
Witnesses say the suspect left after her credit card was declined and drove off from the nail salon without paying for her manicure. Surveillance video shows Whipple leaving the salon and getting into her car. She was immediately followed by year-old Nguyen, her husband and another salon employee. NextShark is a leading source covering Asian American News and Asian News including business, culture, entertainment, politics, tech and lifestyle. May 13,
Las Vegas police are searching for a woman who allegedly struck and killed a nail salon employee with her car. The suspect allegedly ran over the salon employee after getting a manicure and attempting to leave without paying about p. The employee chased after her to stop her from leaving, police said. The victim was identified as Ngoc Q.
Las Vegas woman accused of fleeing nail salon without paying, running over and killing owner
The Queensland Government is set to make an official bid for a stake in Virgin Australia. Police released security video footage of the Saturday afternoon incident, along with a plea for information on the whereabouts of the suspect, Krystal Whipple, The video shows salon owner Ngoc Q Nguyen, 51, jumping in front of a black sedan, then being dragged beneath the car as it speeds away. Police said Ms Whipple tried to pay for her manicure with a fraudulent credit card and told Ms Nguyen and her husband that she was going to her car to get cash before beginning to drive away.
CNN A woman accused of running over and killing a Las Vegas-area nail salon owner who'd been chasing her over an unpaid bill has been arrested in Arizona, police say. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Krystal Whipple, 21, is accused of running over and killing a nail salon owner in the Las Vegas area on December The arrest comes days after police released surveillance video showing a car run over the salon owner last month in the business's parking lot in the Las Vegas Valley.
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