Nevada law enforcement agencies say they kept a close eye on the violent events that unfolded in our nation’s capitol. At a time when some are calling to defund the police, they argue this pandemic and the protests prove that we need to continue investing in law enforcement officers.
As the dust settles in Washington D.C., the damage and debris throughout the grounds of the Capitol brought on by Americans echoing President Trump’s message the election was stolen – despite ballot scrutiny and numerous judges ruling there was no evidence to support that claim – can and will be repaired.
00:00 – Law enforcement agencies call for more funding
01:58 – Locals speak out about chaos at Capitol Hill
04:05 – Mob who stormed capitol, ransacked offices could face serious charges
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