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vegas... kingman police release a dramatic video of the moments they shot a man. what our security expert says about it. and only on 13 action news we're hearing from a man shot by a suspect who was killed on the 95. and a new crime trend is targeting local drivers. what you need to know. but first we begin with breaking news -- righ man is dead after a crash near metro tells us two cars collided at the intersection. that's when one of the cars flipped over... killing the driver. detectives say one of the cars involved might have ran a red light. good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) saturday and sunday will be breezy to gusty. 10-20 mph winds with gusts
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the afternoon. by the evening, winds increase further to a 15-25 mph sustained wind and gust could reach up to 45 mph! this will extend into sunday and push even into monday morning. now, as it stands, las vegas will not be seeing much of a chance for rain from this numerical models indicate a 20% chance for rain and snow mix for 8000ft and above monday early morning! it will be with temperatures falling into the mid and low 80s sunday and then to the mid and low 70s monday only to rebound to the lower 80s tuesday as we remove the winds from the forecast. and more break into our newsroom -- two people are in the hospial after an overnight crash near d-i and theme road. we're told a car was speeding on desert inn when it collided with a barrier. again two people at sunrise traume with serious injuries. right now a woman is recovering after being hit by a car late last night. police say she was jaywalking near flamingo and maryland
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she was taken to sunrise. the driver -- we're told -- wasn't impaired. 0-05 "drop the gun!" drop the gun drop the gun newly released body-cam video shows heart-pounding moments as officers in kingman, arizona shoot an armed suspect a split second... before he opens fire. and now - we get reaction from our expert. thirteen action news..crime and safety expert randy sutton says officers hesitated before firing back. sutton blames protestors police shootings for creating-what he says-is a hostile atmosphere for officers. :22:18/randy sutton "those officers probably did not use deadly force because of everything that is going on societally." butt sots :22:35 "police officers are being forced to hesitate and we're losing cops because of it." but -- protestors say -- they are demonstrating against police shootings..because they say -- officers often -- go too far with little or no accountability. new from overnight -- demonstrators in el cajon,
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calm. earlier yesterday police released cell phone and surveillance video of the controversial shooting of a man. officers say 30-year-old alfred olango was shot and killed after he refused officer commands and positioned himself in a shooting stance. protesters say he was unarmed- and the officer was was too quick to open fire. we've now learned the identity of the man ... police say was killed by a semi on the 95 thursday. he's 34-year-old lewis william relatives shared these pictures.only to -13- action news.... police say borland shot a man last week and was attempting to outrun police when he ran in front of a semi on the 95. we spoke to the victim who is in a hospital bed--mostly paralyzed. being immobile completely feels like, it's just it's just kind of nerve wracking. i feel like i have not made enough progress today, i feel like, i just wasted a day away sleeping in the bed michael ashbaugh says ...he was
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when two men approached and opened fire! the 29-year-old was shot in the head. he claims... borland was one of his attackers. micheal also says borland...was his ex girlfriend's new boyfriend... and he believes she was behind the attack. a new crime trend is costing pickup truck owners thousands. tailgates in the valley are being lifted right off the backs of trucks. in mountain's edge...two neighbors a block away from just this week. experts say tailgates could go for up to two-thousand dollars on the street. now one family is in the hole even more than that to buy a was shocked. this is not something you would expect in this area. haven't heard of it happening around here." there are tailgate locks you can buy at any auto parts store for less than twenty dollars. caught on camera -- a surveillance video of a thief cleaning out a local tattoo shop.
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50- thousand dollars worth of equipment. you can see him in this video going to each of the artists' tool boxes... he packs the tattoo guns and other equipment into trash cans before running out. now.. 5 tattoo artists are scrambling to replace everything so they can get back to work. 19:16:46:22- 19:17:00:23 i had about 12 machines... i know for sure. the owner says the thief broke the lock on the front door and cut through the security gate a preliminary court date is now set for the man charged with killing a starbucks customer last weekend.. pedro garcia was back in court yesterday where a judge set a preliminary court date for november 3rd. garcia is accused of killing 41-year- old aleksandr khutsishvili. the d-a is reportedly considering seeking the death
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track down the man in some newly released surveillance video.. of a frightening attempted armed robbery. they say he approached a woman earlier this week in a parking lot near nellis and bonanza... he pointed a gun at her... and demanded her purse. she screamed.. and a person nearby shouted to the suspect.. who then walked away with no sign of the victim's property. more criminals are on the run this morning police say two men robbed roberto's tacos near craig and rancho. they came in... and... when the cash register opened... that's when they pulled out a gun. the pair made off with just a few hundred dollars. the clerk who was working wasn't hurt. - a couple more steps are complete in the process of building the proposed 2- billion dollar n-f-l stadium. the clark county commission appointed stephanie smith for district-1 and kyle stephens for district-5 to temporary seats in the state legislature. that means their votes could have a long-lasting impact on clark county's future. susan brager, county
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public? so asking the right questions and hoping you're putting the right person in that seat to make decisions that are really sometimes coming back to the county 13:33:23:11 lawmakers will consider financing for the stadium during a likely special session in carson city next month. in your voice your vote political coverage this morning. donald trump held a rally in michigan last night...and he is not letting go of that microphone issue. 000-010 as i've been saying butt to 048 i wonder why it was bad. i wonder why it was bad. central florida -- slamming trump for his early morning twitter attack of the former miss universe. hillary clinton/(d) presidential nominee) "i mean, really, who gets up at three o'clock in the morning, to engage in a twitter attack against a former miss universe? this morning a new fox news poll finds hillary clinton got a bump from monday's presidential debate. clinton holds a slim 3-point edge over trump among likely voters in a
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the poll has clinton at 43-percent; trump at 40-percent. ahead in our next half hour we'll take a look at this week's events in politics. this morning -- millions are in the path of a rare and extremely dangerous hurricane matthew. before it touches down -- it's turning deadly... you won't believe just how massive the storm is. ((ad-lib)) and -- there's a new way to get around one of the busiest parts what is it and how soon it'll be available elsewhere! then later -- an elderly woman trips on the sidewalk and breaks her arm and knee and now is left unable to walk. she says a popular tv &
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but as you can see behind me -- it's still a massive system, it's already turned deadly - killing a 16 year old boy on the island of st vincent. in the u-s, people living along the east coast hope matthew stays off shore because they're already dealing with a massive storm system neighborhoods are underwater near fayetteville north carolina. shaina williams fears she's lost everything in her now-flooded home including the photos of her mother, who recently passed away. shaina williams / resident i just think, all my pictures time to get. i'll never see her again, so its it's just really hard." a mudslide caused major road closures in virginia. the state has been inundated with heavy rains this week. saturday and sunday will be breezy to gusty. 10-20 mph winds with gusts between 30 and 35 mph will be common saturday morning through the afternoon. by the evening, winds increase
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reach up to 45 mph! this will extend into sunday and push even into monday morning. now, as it stands, las vegas will not be seeing much of a chance for rain from this passing cold front. however, to the high elevationswe may get our first wet snow of the year!!!! numerical models indicate a 20% chance for rain and snow mix for 8000ft
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it will be something we monitor closely but we wanted to alert you first! temperatures today will peak between 88 and 93 degrees with temperatures falling into the to the mid and low 70s monday only to rebound to the lower 80s tuesday as we remove the winds from the
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the boys and girls clubs of southern nevada is hosting it's annual when good morning las vegas returns our guest joins us live to talk about the event and the importance of the organization in our community. then later -- how a mistake during the presidential debate is causing one woman's phone to blow up from texts and calls! you're watching 13 action news, where you get breaking news
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i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose even when her health is at risk. for me and my patients,
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spread out across downtown las vegas with more than a hundred bikes. you can rent a bike by the hour.. the day.. or an entire month by paying online or at one of the stations. when you're done.. just return the bike to any station. graham kahr, bicyclist 21:32:16-21:32:22 "to be able to come down, check out a bike, and peddle around with their friends all evening long-- i think we'll definitely see people take advantage of it." if the program is successful.. the rtc says it will look into expanding the program into other parts of las vegas. now to a story investigate. a 90-year-old woman who used to walk at least a mile a day is now in a wheelchair after she tripped on a sidewalk utility box that had a broken cover. it happened while she was out for a walk last month. her daughter says she suffered a broken knee and arm.. which caused a pulmonary embolism a month later. 10.54.34 it's breaking my heart 35 i go upstairs at night and cry, it breaks my heart 38 it's horrible to see someone that was so active and so vibrant and so alive, and she gets so depressed sometimes that she
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they told us they've since replaced the cover on that box.. along with 32 others this week. this morning a new scandal for donald trump. after he publicly called out a former miss universe for her sex tape. a new video of him too explicit to show on tv has emerged. plus -- (tripp diaz) "i couldn't use my phone. i had to put it on like airplane m a broadcast mistake during the presidential debate leads to thousands of unwanted texts and calls to one woman's phone. you won't believe how it happened. don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app. you can stream all of our newscasts live and around the clock. plus -- you can use our most accurate doppler radar to track down weather changes down to your neighborhood. and of course we'll keep you update with urgent breaking news alerts. it's free in the app store and
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jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were called "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue, we found a smart solution to rising energy costs... creating one of the largest solar projects in the state. in congress, i'll work with democrats and republicans to make all of nevada a leader in solar, to improve our schools, and create good jobs. this message because i know we can
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plus -- a shocking new report finds donald trump in playboy
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analyzes the week after the first presidential debate. what it meant for both candidates. good morning las vegas! i'm ... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast breezy to gusty. 10-20 mph winds with gusts between 30 and 35 mph will be common saturday morning through the afternoon. by the evening, winds increase further to a 15-25 mph sustained wind and gu reach up to 45 mph! this will extend into sunday and push even into monday morning. now, as it stands, las vegas will not be seeing much of a chance for rain from this passing cold front. however, to the high elevationswe may get our first wet snow of the year!!!! something we monitor closely but we wanted to alert you first! temperatures today will peak between 88 and 93 degrees with temperatures falling into the mid and low 80s sunday and
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new polls done in florida... michigan... and new hampshire... suggest hillary clinton is benefiting from the first presidential debate. she's leading in all three of those battleground states. scripp's political correspondent mike sacks says this has been a tough week for the republican candidate: vo: the fallout from monday night's debate dominated this week, and it wasn't good for donald trump....he all but admitted he pays no federal asked why he's not releasing his returns: debate tax sot (9 sec): hrc: when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax. djt: that makes me smart. vo: and then this on the housing bubble that led to the recession: debate housing sot (10 sec): hrc: he said, back in 2006, gee i hope it does collapse because i can then go in and buy some and make some vo: yet it was clinton's unearthing trump's 20-year-old weight-shaming of former miss
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candidates spent the rest of the week out on the campaign trail in the battleground states, back in d-c, congress overrode president obama's veto for the first time during his presidency to allow 9/11 victims' families to sue saudi arabia. vo: that republicans and democrats alike on capitol hill teamed up to beat the president is a reminder to both candidates that power struggles definitely don't end on election day. vo: but neither does the demand to act presidential. and while obama was eulogizing jerusalem on friday... vo gfx: donald trump was waking tape -- a non-existent one, it turns out -- of machado, while suggesting she's only a citizen because clinton called in a favor for campaign gain. . one trump/clinton debate down, two more and just over 5 weeks to go . for the now, i'm mike sacks. democratic vice presidential candidate-- senator tim kaine is returning to las vegas next
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thursday... -2- days before nevada's deadline to register.... by mail.... for the november election. the visit also comes a couple of days afterthe vice-presidential debate. no word yet.... on where the rally.... will be held. all-new this morning -- buzz feed news obtained a video of donald trump starring in a playboy porn video. the video is too explicit to show on telesvion. in it -- trump is seen breaking a bottle of champagne on a playboy-branded limo while several of the playmates are visiting new york city. the video is believed to other scenes from the movie show fully nude women posing in sexual positions, dancing naked. and this just in this morning -- today's cover of new york daily news reads "trump's porn tape -- donald's tiny part in playboy video". a nasty accident in west virginia forced nevada senate candidate joe heck to break away from his campaign schedule thursday night. heck was on his way to his hotel with florida senator
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on a bad car crash. both lawmakers began helping until first responders arrived. tragically.. heck.. who has been an emergency room doctor.. declared one person dead at the scene. text messages - v this morning a virginia woman is trying to figure out how to make thousands of people stop texting and calling her phone. during monday night's debate -- c- span accidentally plastered her number on their screen because they were asking people to comment on the candidates. the debate was the most watched in history with more than 80 million viewers so diaz texts and more than 600 calls. (tripp diaz) "for the first few minutes i was entertained. i was like: what's happening? like obviously this is going to stop soon. but then it was like 12:30 and then it was like 1:30. and i was like, 'what the f---what the heck? i just want to use my phone.'" some people are so passionate, they keep texting. one man has texted 200 times. a c-span spokesperson has apologized to diaz for the
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american sisters -- found dead in the seychelles-- are on their way to the island to search for answers. autopsies now reveal both annie and robin korkkie died of acute pulmonary edema -- excessive fluid in the lungs. annie korkki also had swelling of the brain. a former fbi agent weighs in... brad garrett: i would look primarily for two things. drug use, either directly or indirectly, by somebody else. and something possibly released in the room, like carbon monoxide. room, like carbon monoxide. according to local news drinking the day before. staff had to help them back to their room. when they were found the next morning "no visible signs of injuries were found on the bodies." the two were on a month-long vacation. new developments this morning in that deadly train crash just outside new york city in hoboken. the damage is so significant investigators can't get to all the wreckage. only one data recorder has been recovered which has been sent
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despite the impact the engineer was found slumped over the controls. he's out of the hospital this morning and has been in contact with investigators but has not been interviewed. the only fatality was a mother -- 34 year old fabiola bittar de kroon who had just dropped off her child at daycare. rahman perkins ran into the station after the crash 1:10 ar: you actually held her while she was taking her final breaths? perkins i was like, "miss, i'm not gonna leave you. i'm gonna be here with you." bodily fluids are being sent for a toxicology report and the electronic devices of all the crew members are being examined. this morning -- a 13 action news exclusive. we're sitting down with steve wynn. this is the first time i've ever revealed this publicly our jon ralston sits down with wynn for a rare one-of-a-kind interview where the casino mogul sheds light on his elite security... hiding in plain sight.
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will cost one man thousands of dollars. an enraged customer in france took out his frustrations out
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police say he was upset about customer service.. and used a large metal ball to smash about 56-thousand dollars worth of electronics before he was detained by police. no comment from apple. brangelina may be done - but the drama is just beginning.. reports say angelina jolie's team is consulting with famous crisis management ex smith. while her name might not sound familiar, you probably know the tv character olivia pope. pope is based off judy smith - and her client list does read like a who's- who of hollywood. the reports will likely stay reports though. smith's firm is known for being beyond discreet when it comes to their clients- just like the show scandal. and finally -- check out this picture of a
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it was one of several that appeared at the laurel valley golf club.. before and after the ashes of arnold palmer were spread on his course. a surreal send-off for the golf legend. ((ad-lib at desk)) saturday and sunday will be breezy to gusty. 10-20 mph winds with gusts between 30 and 35 mph will be common saturday morning through afternoon. by the evening, winds increase further to a 15-25 mph sustained wind and gust could reach up to 45 mph! this will
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and push even into monday morning. now, as it stands, las vegas will not be seeing much of a chance for rain from this passing cold front. however, to the high elevationswe may get our first wet snow of the year!!!! numerical models indicate a 20% chance for rain and snow mix for 8000ft and above monday early morning! it will be something we monitor
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we wanted to alert you first! temperatures today will peak between 88 and 93 degrees with temperatures falling into the mid and low 80s sunday and then to the mid and low 70s monday only to rebound to the lower 80s tuesday as we remove the winds from the forecast. it's not often you can sit down for a one-on-one interview with
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greatest business minds of all time. steve wynn has played a major role in changing las vegas into the tourism mecca we know today. he sat dwn with 13 action news political analyst jon ralston for 90 minutes.. to talk about a broad range of topics.. including why he thinks las vegas is a terror target and what he's personally doing about it. for years, law enforcement officials have fretted about las vegas being a terror chatter picked up by federal agencies. the internationally known skyline. the sin city reputation. it was obvious. but not until recently did we learn that the most well-known nevada casino mogul has taken steps to protect his patrons from a possible terrorist attack. play sound and finally, the international situation...that has to do with the jihadi movement. las vegas is a target city. we have hardened the target at the wynn...this is the first time i've ever revealed this
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division in the marine corps of special people that are specially trained to guard the embassies. that's a whole division with separate base, separate training. there are almost 40 of them at every opening of my building, plain clothes, armed, on the look-out, changing shift and being relieved every two hours so they don't get bored. steve wynn said he started last december planning new measures but that it only became operational a month ago. play sound we have another group of a half a dozen seals team six guys and cia guys who are a counterterrorism unit that...relate on a daily basis to homeland security, the fbi, and metro. my company has metal detectors and devices at every entrance of the building for employees
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public. we have done extraordinary things to make that sure we protect our employees and our guests at the hotel. why did he do it? he says it wasn't because of a specific threat. play sound wynn: well, i guess that my blessing and my curse is that i...think of myself as someone with imagination, so i can imagine terrible things happening. jon: you think vegas i really bad...a target? wynn: and i don't want terrible things to happen in las vegas i certainly don't want anything terrible happen to the people in my building...whether they're my fellow...employees or my guests. and so i think i'm resp--i've got the dada gene, i'm responsible for the wynn. jon: but you think las vegas is a bigger target than maybe other...i mean i've always thought since 9-11.. wynn: the fbi and homeland security believe that it is, jon. yeah. wynn says the sin city image is
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big target? it isn't just the amorality of it, in terms of maybe what some muslim might think, you know. the qur'an might be against what we do--our lifestyle of drinking and partying that the city stands for. but what las vegas does have, like new york, but more so, is these massive amounts of people on the strip. 43 million people a year---800 odd thousand a week! wynn says and he has a simple message for would-be terrorists: but i know that.anybody that thinks they're going to do it on the property of wynn or encore is going to have a short, brief life. we're following a lot of big stories for you this morning. we'll be back with today's top stories and a final check of your first alert forecast. you're watching 13 action news,
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fast and first. stay with us. before we go here is a look at
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a crash near owens and h street. 13 action news was fast and first to the scene just hours ago. metro tells us two cars collided at the intersection. that's when one of the cars flipped over... killing the driver. detectives say one of the cars involved might have ran a red light. two people are in the hospial after an overnight crash near d-i and theme road. action news was the only crew we're told a car was speeding on desert inn when it collided with a barrier. again two people at sunrise traume with serious injuries. a woman is recovering after being hit by a car late last night. police say she was jaywalking near flamingo and maryland parkway when it happened. she was taken to sunrise. the driver -- we're told -- wasn't impaired. newly released body-cam video shows moments as officers in kingman, arizona shoot an armed suspect a split second... before he opens fire. thirteen action news..crime and
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officers hesitated before firing back. metro is working right now to track down the man in some newly released surveillance video.. of a frightening attempted armed robbery. they say he approached a woman earlier this week in a parking lot near nellis and bonanza... he pointed a gun at her... and demanded her purse. she screamed.. and a person nearby shouted to the suspect.. who then walked away with no sign of the victim's property. ((ad-lib)) morning. don't forget we are always online at ktnv dot com and our
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so what tools put together that equation? well, here's a gentleman that's going to explain it for you. gia graduate gemologist neil sackmary with nevada coin mart. great having you back, neil. >> thanks, man, it's saturday, and i was good at math. you know what i mean? and it does, it's a great question and a great answer. >> here we go. i was not very good at math, so help me. show me how stuff and junk can equal cash. >> let's say this. a lot of people don't want to say it but here's where the situation is. a lot of my clients come into my store and the daughters, they hate the husbands. the sons, they hate the wives, the grand kids, they're hooked on stuff that they don't want to mess around with and they're gonna sell their stuff for 25 cents. don't let this happen. downsizing or decluttering? come and see me, i'm neil sackmary. that's the first thing. you know, family, i had a lady the other day, she came in literally and sold me her gold because she didn't want her family fighting over it. >> that happens a lot. >> this happens a lot and it's sort of in a way it's not morbid
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>> of course, you can't split a ring four ways. >> so, if you have stuff and everybody has it, come in and see me. now, the important thing is this, as i look directly into the camera i am looking at you, so when you come in and see me, you're gonna deal directly with me and i'm gonna see you. so when you come in, i'm open 365 days a year from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., every single day. i'm open tomorrow, sunday, i'm open t the important thing is this. you can call right now or you can come by. i am a diamond expert. i am a rolex expert. i buy any type of jewelry -- gold, silver and costume jewelry. >> absolutely. so let's talk about some of the stuff that we have in front of us here. i mean, really, it runs the gamut from flatware to jewelry to coins and bullion. >> absolutely. here's a bunch of costume jewelry, here's a bunch of gold jewelry that's mixed in. >> and that's the thing. a lot of people they might think
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>> absolutely. and i do that every day. like most people don't, you know what i mean? like i'm the largest gold buyer in las vegas, but i buy costume jewelry because i know what to do with it. most people look at it and they say, you know, they go to the gold buyer and they go, oh, we want to sell our stuff and the gold buyer doesn't know. listen. the gold buyer, he knows about gold. he might be in business for 30 or 35 or 40 years, or whatever he wants to claim, but he's a gold buyer. an expert is a person that can stand up in a court of law. i am a graduate gemologist. i can stand up in a court of law as an expert. that means that when you come in and see me and you want to sell a diamond, you sell a diamond to an expert, not somebody that thinks that they're in the business or whatever. that's not an expert. when it comes to coins, you know, here's some proof sets, mint sets, 100-ounce silver bars, silver eagles, silver90% silver, currency, collectibles. when you want to sell it neil sackmary and nevada coin mart,
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this is, i mean, you almost broke our table with it. >> absolutely. i like to throw it across the room. you know what i mean? it'd be like fun, to just play like volleyball or something. >> it'd be a very deadly game that we'd be playing. >> it would be. >> and you're open seven days a week, 9:00 to 6:00 everyday. 9:00 to 6:00, when you come in you're gonna see me. that's the important thing. >> it's not like some of those commercials where you see the person but you never see them inside the store. >> if the company you're going to has a paid actor then there is something fishy going on. if a business owner does not want to stand up for their business then u go there. you want to go to the man, the myth and the legend, and that's neil sackmary. you come in and see me. i'm open 365 days a year. >> we gotta get a bronze statue of you. >> i agree with you 100% on that, right in the front of my store, just like i have at glaziers and just like i have in my store it's a full-sized cardboard cutout. if i can have one of those in the front of my store, it'd be fantastic. >> really quickly, the special. sell $200 worth of stuff, you
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glazier's. fantastic. >> greatest gifts, greatest supermarket ever, i can't say enough, and again, hypnotically tranced i'm speaking to you as you're sitting there. get up off the sofa, get up out of bed, stop what you're doing. come and see me. it's saturday. it's the greatest day to sell things. the only other day to sell things are the other six, and you can come in and see me on those days too. >> neil, it's great having you, buddy. thank you so much. wave. >> a major wave, bye, bye! >> you did the mat stuff and junk equals cash. and nevada coin mart, that's the place to do it on jones at flamingo. for more information about them just head to the website or call the number listed. you are in a trance. you will go there today.
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