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No-Go Zones in Vegas? Homeless Addicts, Criminals & Gangs take over portions of Las Vegas Strip

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Entire sections of the Las Vegas Strip are being claimed by street gangs, drug pushers, and homeless addicts as our city, county, and state leaders have left tourists vulnerable to attacks, robberies, and assaults.

For the last 15- 16 months we have been reporting on the complete breakdown of social norms and society throughout Las Vegas, sadly, while the media and local bloggers pretend “Vegas is Back” — most being paid with our tax-dollars to repeat the mantra — the truth is our authorities have lost complete control. While we applaud the efforts made by many dedicated Las Vegas Metro officers, their leader Sherriff Joe Lombardo seems more interested in running for governor than keeping the public safe.

Entire sections of the Las Vegas Strip have now become what we would call NO-GO Zones — and on weekdays, the police are almost nowhere to be found. From the addicts and criminal street gangs that stalk, rob and beat tourists outside Planet Hollywood to Casino properties like Casino Royale, Harrah’s, and the LINQ which now allow homeless drug addicts to openly stalk their victims inside of billion-dollar resorts, it’s beyond sad what has happened to our once great city.

Last night, we had to completely avoid the area around Casino Royale and Harrah’s as we witnessed a gang of at least 9 homeless drug addicts take over the inside of Casino Royale, screaming at and physically assaulting tourists who made the mistake of passing through the casino – assuming it was safer than the street outside where they had to step over homeless addicts to pass from Casino to Casino.

Addict outside Casino Royale

Even we had to avoid the area!

Normally, unlike the jackoffs in our local media, we get right in there and try to capture what’s really going on – last night even we had to step back and avoid the chaos out of real fear of being hurt trying to cover what was happening. I apologize for the shitty picture here, but it’s all we could get without putting ourselves in real danger.

The entire entrance to Casino Royale was taken over by at least 9 criminal addicts who were perched at various machines jumping out to assault people as they walked through. One of them would kick a soccer ball, if a tourist was dumb enough to kick it back thinking it was part of the Vegas experience, the nut jobs began to pounce on them – screaming, yelling, grabbing at the tourists and then whipping the ball at their backs as they tried to pass through the gauntlet of addicts – it was really quite bizarre – and again, no metro or security in sight!

We’ve covered this area as a hotspot for trouble in the past, you can read our article here, here and here or check out the videos below:

Unfortunately, the chaos is everywhere. Local YouTube Streamer Cyrus Hojjaty managed to catch 2 separate fights in under an hour over the weekend, while the media insists “VEGAS IS BACK”. In reality, this is what tourists who will likely never come back actually see when they arrive…

Welcome to Sisolak & Sherriff Joe Lombardo’s Las Vegas

The city, and many of the Casinos are actually catering to crowds that they know are coming here to fight and cause trouble! Back in May, the Rio hosted an event with the same groups that have been terrorizing our city with their sideshow events… They have replaced business tradeshows with this trash!

And by catering to these people, this is what Vegas looks like and our local workers have to deal with on a nightly basis… (this was a restaurant on Fremont street a couple weeks back)

Even the mega-resorts are at risk of falling!

Even the opening of a brand new 4.3 billion dollar casino wasn’t spared from the chaos, as local authorities could do nothing to stop near-riots out front of the opening and open assaults and violence inside the newest mega-report. Local Photographer, Bror Fredrik captured some of the chaos out front.

And once inside, as we reported earlier in the week, tourists got to experience the violence from our “New, Sisolak-Approved, Protected-Class Visitors” first hand!

It’s time locals start DEMANDING something is done to clean up our city!

You can contact your local government officials at the following numbers, emails and social media accounts:

Office of the Governor

Steve Sisolak
Phone: 702-323-6150 
Email: steve@stevesisolak.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/govsisolak
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GovSisolak/

State Capitol Building
101 N. Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701
(775) 684-5670

You can request the Governor come to an event here: Ask him tour the strip at 1AM with you!

You can Request a meeting with the Governor here: https://hal.nv.gov/form/Governor/Request_a_Meeting_with_the_Governor

Nevada State Senators

Jacky Rosen
Las Vegas Office 702-388-0205 Reno Office at 775-337-0110 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SenJackyRosen & https://twitter.com/RosenforNevada

Catherine Cortez Masto
Las Vegas Office (702) 388-5020
https://twitter.com/CatherineForNV & https://twitter.com/SenCortezMasto

Las Vegas Congressional Representatives

Dina Titus
Twitter: https://twitter.com/repdinatitus
Facebook: https://facebook.com/CongresswomanTitus
District Office, Phone: (702) 220-9823

Susie Lee
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RepSusieLee
Phone: Refuses to give one to the public, can’t bother this millionaire with your petty problems!

Steven Horsford
Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenHorsford & https://twitter.com/RepHorsford
Phone: (702) 963-9360
email: shorsford@sen.state.nv.us 

Clark County Commissioners:

500 S. Grand Central Pkwy., Floor 6   Las Vegas, NV 89155

Email and contact every single one of them on Social Media — tag them with our videos!

Clark County Commission Chairman Marilyn Kirkpatrick
Email: ccdistb@ClarkCountyNV.gov & marilyn@marilynkirkpatrick.com 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marilyn.kirkpatrick2
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mknvspeaks

Commissioner James B. Gibson
Email: ccdistg@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jim.gibson.501151
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CommishJGibson

Commissioner Michael Naft & Michael@MichaelNaft.com 
Email: ccdista@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.naft
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichaelNaft

Commissioner Ross Miller
Email: ccdistc@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Commissioner William McCurdy II
Email: ccdistd@ClarkCountyNV.gov

Commissioner Tick Segerblom
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tick4nevada/Twitter: https://twitter.com/tsegerblom

Commissioner Justin Jones
Email:ccdistf@ClarkCountyNV.gov & justin@jonesfornevada.com 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JustinJonesNV
Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustinJonesNV
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/JustinJonesNV/

Las Vegas City Council

Brian Knudsen Ward 1
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrianforLV
Email: brianpknudsen@gmail.com 

Victoria Seaman Ward 2
Twitter: https://twitter.com/VictoriaDseaman
Email: seaman_victoria@yahoo.com 

Olivia Diaz Ward 3
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OliviaDiazLV
Email: oliviadiazlv@gmail.com 

Stavros S. Anthony Ward 4
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CouncilmanStavrosAnthony/

Councilman Cedric Crear Ward 5
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CouncilmanCrear
Email: cedric@cedriccrear.com 

Councilwoman Michele Fiore Ward 6
Twitter: https://twitter.com/VoteFiore

Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mayoroflasvegas

Office of the Sheriff

Phone number:702-828-3394
email: pio@lvmpd.com

Sheriff Joseph Lombardo
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sheriff_LVMPD


  1. I just got from Las Vegas..I go every year..however,l’m done..no going back..the strip was FULL of homeless..my eyes burnt from
    the weed.. they just dropped where they were pass ing out..human poop.. vomit..the buildings and sidewalk disgusting.. I’m done..and telling anyone thinking of going there don’t.just nasty.

  2. The streets are full of traffickers, drug gangs and they have all banded together. Most of the hotels in town have the front desk controlled by gangs on the outside. Many times while staying at different hotels on and off the strip I wondered who had control of the establishment. The gangs or the hotel owners. It was very hard to tell.

  3. I’m on my flight home from Las Vegas right now. Stayed at Wynn which was nice but made the mistake of walking the strip up to Bellagio. Unbelievable what we saw/encountered. Homeless sleep on the sidewalks, people openly using drugs. Ruined our experience. We will never return. Good luck to you all. You need it ! LOL

  4. Just got back from Vegas. Homeless mentally ill drug addicts everywhere. Never going back again. Ever.

  5. The same people are gang stalking the citizens in 5he city. I have been gang stalked by these people going on 3 years ans they don’t care because they are police and friends paid informants with immunity

  6. I deffently see this. But even out side the strip, you hardly see any cops any where, you will see them at accidents or 8 cops harassing one homeless person, but the cops here do nothing to slow all these speeding dangerous aggressive drivers. Once.you live here you see the truth, its bad at every level. People are out of control, though most cities in America are broken, vegas is really broken.

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