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NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 20, 2015
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Welcome back. There is a growing mystery tonight in Las Vegas that alleged road rage killing the mother gunned down a 19 year old man under arrest and now we are learning that the victim and the suspect knew each other. And there are new details about how the violent encounter unfolded and this is Miguel Almaguer has our report. Charged with murder 19 year old Erich Nowsch Junior is the teen who detectives say shot and killed 44 year old Tammy Meyers arrested after a standoff at his home in fron...
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Miguel Almaguer
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00:01:54

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