NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The Clark County School District confirms the suspect arrested for allegedly opening fire on a reality TV crew is a teacher at J.D. Smith Middle School.
North Las Vegas police arrested 40-year-old Carlos Barron for attempted murder after he allegedly fired shots at a camera crew filming a reality show.
Police say Barron became angry after a van was parked in front of his home on Vigilante Court, near Losee Road and East Centennial Parkway. Police say Barron assaulted one of the people in the van after demanding they move the vehicle.
The people in the van belonged to a film crew of the show "Repo Games." They were shooting a repossession that was occurring in Barron's neighborhood.
After Barron struck the person inside the van, crew members confronted him. He allegedly pulled a gun from his waistband and opened fire.