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Ex-FBI Agent Convicted in Las Vegas of Voluntary Manslaughter

By Allan Lengel

A Las Vegas jury on Tuesday convicted retired San Diego FBI special agent Edward Preciado-Nuno of voluntary manslaughter with use of a deadly weapon in the death of his son’s girlfriend, the Las Vegas Sun reported.

The Clark County District Court jury, which deliberated for about five hours, found Edward Preciado-Nuno, 63, guilty in the November 2008 death Kimberly Long. She was found dead in his son’s garage with several blunt force trauma wounds,the Las Vegas Sun reported.

The jury was told a claw hammer was used in the assault and that Long was defending herself. The defense claimed that Preciado-Nuno was attacked first and had been trying to diffuse a toxic relationship between Long and his son.

Preciado-Nuno was taken into custody. Sentencing is set for Feb. 23.

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Murder Trial Underway for ex-FBI Agent in Las Vegas

By Allan Lengel

Trial is underway in Las Vegas for retired FBI agent Edward Preciado-Nuno, who is accused of murdering his son’s girlfriend in November 2008.  His son had been trying to evict the girlfriend from the home.

Preciado-Nuno, 63, claims he killed girlfriend Kimberly Long after she attacked him with a hammer. He claims he then picked up a hammer in self defense and hit her, according to the Las Vegas Sun.

Preciado-Nuno retired from the bureau’s San Diego office in 2003 and has worked in New York, Puerto Rico, Las Vegas and Argentina, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune.

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