LAS VEGAS (AP) — A man suspected of killing a Las Vegas Strip nightclub patron and injuring two employees is scheduled to appear in court.
Forty-one-year-old Benjamin Frazier is slated for a status check Wednesday in Las Vegas Justice Court. He faces charges including murder and attempted murder.
Police say the pre-dawn shooting Oct. 21 at Drai's After Hours started with a dispute over a $30 cover charge.
Fraizier is accused of wounding two employees before 40-year-old Kenneth Brown tackled him.
Brown was fatally shot during the struggle.
Frazier suffered a head injury during the confrontation. He was in the hospital until Sunday, when he was transferred to the Clark County Detention Center.
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