LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3.com) – A Clark County grand jury has indicted two men in relation to an attack on students at Canyon Springs High School in August.
Katario Miller, 18, and Nicholas Johnson, 18, face three counts of battery with a deadly weapon on school property; and one felony count each of challenging a fight and robbery with a deadly weapon; and gross misdemeanors of conspiracy to commit a crime and possession of a dangerous weapon on school property.
Bail was set for each at $116,000. Miller and Johnson will be back in court at 9 a.m. Sept. 23.
The grand jury also indicted a woman on 43 counts relating to a forgery lab operation.
The district attorney’s office says Bridgette Chaplin, 32, was pulled over for a traffic stop when officers found an electric stun gun in the vehicle. An investigation found that she had been arrested for forgery in the past and had a 2007 conviction for stolen mail.
Investigators say Chaplin was running two forgery labs – one in her home and the other at a Budget Suites – between March and July. Officials say this remains an ongoing investigation.
Bail was set at $527,000. Her next hearing is set for Sept. 23.