resources (our money) is virtually unlimited to fund those
investigations. But that all comes with a heavy price, in that time is
not a factor in their investigations, as most of the crimes they
investigate have no statute of limitations. Unfortunately for the
victim and victim survivors, that particularly slow time factor can
have a disastrous effect on time-sensitive evidence, witness
availability and survivability, and the continual criminal
victimization of others.
Thus, we come to the issue of on-duty LVMPD Officer Kevin Scott
Dailey, 39, who died on December 5, 2007, in Henderson, Nevada. New
information about the death of Officer Kevin Dailey resurfaced from
legal depositions taken in June/July of 2013, which reveal a very
disturbing Criminal Cultural Adherence and Belief that currently
exists in the LVMPD, and has for the past several years. The LVMPD
criminal corrupted abyss keeps getting deeper.
Information reveals that Officer Kevin Dailey failed to show up for
work in mid-November 2007, at the Clark County Detention Center.
Apparently, this failure to show up for work (AWOL) was kept very low
key and secret within the CCDC and the upper LVMPD Administration.
After about three weeks, Kevin Dailey’s co-workers became concerned
and requested an update on their missing co-worker and were informed
by supervision that there was no missing person’s report on file, and
also no media publications were allowed, and then they were ordered to
drop the issue of Dailey’s disappearance.
Not accepting this explanation, co-workers created flyers with Officer
Kevin Dailey’s photo, which were posted on the walls of the Jail in an
effort to generate information about Dailey’s unexplained (AWOL)
A short time later, an inmate (name withheld) contacted Jail Intel
corrections officers to give information about the disappearance of
Officer Kevin Dailey. Jail Intel officers were given sensitive
information, including organized crime information, by the inmate.
LVMPD detectives of the organized crime unit were contacted and
responded to interview the inmate about missing (AWOL) officer Kevin
Dailey. Jail Intel officers were suspiciously excluded from this
interview. After several minutes, a loud verbal angry argument erupted
between the two LVMPD Intel detectives, that was easily overheard to
include the intimate relationship that the younger LVMPD Intel
detective had been having with Officer Kevin Dailey’s sister. Other
information included the association/connection of the Russian Mafia,
Red Feather Café, and the HOA Scandal.
Jail Intel Corrections Officer Greg Naglich, who originally contacted
LVMPD Intel detectives regarding Officer Kevin Dailey’s disappearance
and the inmate, now became targeted for termination with a series of
bogus manufactured Internal Affairs Complaints initiated by the same
LVMPD Intel detectives, which eventually forced Officer Naglich to
have to retire early.
About four weeks after the unreported and hidden AWOL of Officer Kevin
Dailey, a burned-out car, belonging to Officer Dailey, was found by a
passerby, in the desert area near Lake Mead. Henderson PD responded to
the scene and recovered the vehicle, but still no news media reported
and published this obvious important evidence find.
Dailey’s co-workers in the jail were now outraged that still no formal
investigation was being conducted or any plausible explanation was
given, by either the LVMPD or Henderson PD on the disappearance of
their fellow officer and current member of the LVMPD.
Co-workers in the jail formed a large voluntary search party to search
the area of Dailey’s burned-out car. On the first day of the search,
Officer Kevin Dailey’s severed head was found approximately 300 feet
from where his burned-out car was previously found. Henderson PD was
again called to the scene to handle it. Unexpectedly, LVMPD detectives
also came to the scene and stated that they would now handle this
entire incident and then ordered everybody to leave. No media coverage
or official report was made of this incident and no viable or
published Homicide Investigation was initiated by either Henderson PD
The actual thought of such a despicable beheading murder, criminal act
and criminal cover-up of an on-duty law enforcement officer, Kevin
Dailey, allegedly committed by the LVMPD Administration and
Leadership, along with the Henderson PD, is absolutely unthinkable and
unbelievable and I sincerely don’t want to believe it — but sadly, it
appears to be true.
Since this information came from legal depositions taken from my 2011
lawsuit against the LVMPD, Sheriff Douglas Gillespie, et al., I have
continually sent this updated information to the FBI in an effort to
speed up the inevitable conclusion of this murder investigation and
indict and prosecute (all) those persons responsible (including
sheriff candidates) for this grisly unthinkable murder of a law