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Accused Murderer Charged in Prison Attack

LAS VEGAS -- Authorities say a Las Vegas process server awaiting trial in two murder cases is now facing new charges.

Police say 48-year-old Gregory Lee Hover was cutting another inmate's hair when he used the scissors to cut the man's back.

Hover has now been moved to a jail isolation unit and faces a new charge of battery by a prisoners with the use of a deadly weapon.

Hover is also facing murder charges for the death of a 64-year-old homeowner. He and his alleged accomplice, 18-year-old Richard Freeman are accused of shooting and killing Julio Romero during a home invasion robbery.

They are also accused in the murder and sexual assault of 21-year-old Primas Contreras. Police say Hover and Freeman kidnapped her after she left her job at Hooters Hotel-Casino. Her body was found in a burned out jeep in the desert near Boulder City.


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