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Las Vegas police stopped a man driving for routine inspection and saw a terrible scene in his car

Las Vegas police stopped a man driving for routine inspection and saw a terrible scene in his car

According to Fox News on the 26th, Las Vegas police found a man’s car with a cut head during a routine traffic interception.

On December 22, local time, Las Vegas police stopped Eric Holland, a 57-year-old man near a casino, and then found that he had been wanted for an unexecuted arrest warrant on suspicion of theft, misappropriation of a motor vehicle and other related to This irrelevant allegation can be traced back to 2019.

Holland escaped from the scene on foot when he was intercepted by the police, after which police used taser guns and arrested him. Subsequently, when the police searched the truck he was driving, they found a terrible scene. His car was loaded with several large refrigerators containing human debris, including a cut-off head.

In addition to the previous charges, Holland is now facing murder charges, and he will appear in Las Vegas court on the 27th. At present, the police have not clarified whether the remains found in the truck have been confirmed.

According to police data, compared with the 96 murders in the same period in 2020, murders in Las Vegas increased by more than 48% from the beginning of this year to December 17, with the number of reported cases of 143.

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