Elko Man Murdered

Elko Man Murdered - Police are investigating the death of an Elko man found beaten in the bedroom of his south side home early Wednesday morning. Lt. Rich Genseal said 31-year-old Richard Lawson Jr. appeared to have died from several blows to his head and face.

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