Las Vegas In-N-Out security guard detains murder suspect

A security guard at the fast-food location apparently held Emanuel Beccles in custody until police arrived

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Las Vegas authorities have arrested a murder suspect after an In-N-Out security guard successfully detained the man last week, according to police and local reports.

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department patrol officers responded to reports of a stabbing at the In-N-Out location on South Maryland Parkway and discovered a male victim suffering from multiple stab wounds upon arrival, a press release states.

Murder suspect Emanuel Beccles and In-N-Out Burger in Las Vegas.

Murder suspect Emanuel Beccles and In-N-Out Burger in Las Vegas. (Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and  James Leynse/Corbis)

A security guard at the fast-food location reportedly detained the suspect, identified as Emanuel Beccles, until police arrived.

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Security footage of the incident obtained by the 8 News Now I-Team in Las Vegas shows the security guard order the suspect to the ground. LVMPD and In-N-Out declined Fox News Digital's requests for the footage.

In-n-Out location on South Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas

In-n-Out location on South Maryland Parkway in Las Vegas (Google Maps)

Authorities then transported the victim to a nearby hospital, where he succumbed to his wounds.

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Investigators later determined that Beccles and the unnamed victim had gotten into a verbal dispute on a public bus. After exiting the bus, the verbal dispute escalated into a physical one.

Beccles is charged with open murder and violation of probation, according to Clark County.

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An investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Authorities are asking anyone with information about the incident to contact the LVMPD Homicide Section at 702-828-3521 or homicide@lvmpd.com. Those who want to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.