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By at least 1944, the Salt Lake City Division was operating a resident agency in Las Vegas, and it became one of the largest in the Bureau. In early 1960s, the city of Las Vegas was growing rapidly, and the Bureau’s caseload there was rising right along with it. As a result, FBI Headquarters ordered the transfer of all cases and files pertaining to Nevada from the Salt Lake City Division to Las Vegas. In December 1960, the Las Vegas Division was opened under the leadership of Special Agent in Charge John H. Williams. The new division was first housed in an office at 300 Fremont Street, but moved into a new federal building at 11th and Bridger Streets in May 1961.
1787 West Lake Mead Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89106-2135
Counties: Clark, Esmeralda, Lincoln, and Nye
Special Agent in Charge
Randall L. Bolelli (Acting)
Assistant Special Agents in Charge
- Randall L. Bolelli
- Patrick Brodsky
- James S. Lewis
Along with our main office in Las Vegas, we have three satellite offices, known as resident agencies, in the area.
- Counties covered: Elko, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, and White Pine
- Counties: Carson City, Churchill, northern portion of Lyon, Pershing, Storey, and Washoe
- South Lake Tahoe
- Counties covered: Douglas, southern portion of Lyon, Mineral, and the Nevada side of the Lake Tahoe Basin