Robert Anthony Lara Wiki – Robert Anthony Lara Biography

A 29-year-old man in Nevada was arrested for allegedly killing his girlfriend inside their home, stabbing her to death in front of their four young children while she was allegedly packing a suitcase and getting ready to leave him. Robert Anthony Lara was arrested Sunday and charged with one count of open murder in the brutal murder of Hunter Reyes-Weiland, court records reviewed by Law&Crime show.

According to a news release from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, officers around 12:31 p.m. on Sunday, June 18, he responded to an emergency call about a possible stabbing at an apartment complex located in the 2900 block of East Charleston Boulevard. Upon arrival on scene, first responders say they located an adult female, later identified as Reyes-Weiland, suffering from multiple stab wounds. Emergency Medical Services personnel attended the scene where the woman was pronounced dead. The LVMPD Homicide Unit took over the investigation and says it identified Lara as the suspect in the case, saying he and Reyes-Weiland were in a “dating relationship.”

Robert Anthony Lara Age

The age of Robert Anthony Lara is 29 year.


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Charges on Robert Anthony Lara

According to an arrest report obtained by Las Vegas NBC affiliate KSNV, the children in the apartment at the time of the stabbing were ages 8, 7 and 5, all of whom are believed to be Lara’s and Reyes-Weiland’s, whose relationship was described as “on and off” for years. There was also a 10-month-old baby in the apartment who was reportedly fathered by a different man Reyes-Weiland had recently been dating.

The father of the 10-month-old baby had been killed in a motorcycle accident earlier this month, KSNV reported. When initially questioned by detectives, Lara claimed that Reyes-Weiland had intentionally stabbed herself because she was depressed by the sudden and unexpected death of the baby’s father. He allegedly said that he found her in the apartment with a knife and tried to take it from her, but during the fight she was fatally stabbed.

The oldest of the three boys also told investigators similar stories early on, police said. However, after details in those stories continued to change, investigators say they discovered the boy had been trained to tell police fabricated versions of what happened.


According to a report by Las Vegas CBS affiliate KLAS-TV, the 8-year-old told police that her mother “went out of her and stabbed herself in the chest.” But police said the victim sustained stab wounds to her leg, back and left shoulder blade, not her chest. “Detectives were concerned that (the girl) was not communicating regarding the events and that she was possibly coached by someone prior to police arrival,” police wrote in the arrest report, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The 7-year-old girl reportedly recounted seeing Lara, her father, stab her mother with two different knives, one in her leg and one “very strong” in her back, according to KLAS. The girl also told police that her mother was holding the 10-month-old baby and her backpack at the time of the attack.

“At some point, Hunter packed a backpack with baby items to go to a ‘safe’ place,” police wrote during an interview with the 7-year-old boy. “That backpack would be located inside the crib with blood.” The baby was also reportedly covered in Reyes-Weiland’s blood when police arrived. The 5-year-old girl reportedly told detectives that “Mom died because Dad stabbed her,” adding that “Dad is mean,” KSNV reported.


When faced with evidence that contradicted her original story, Lara allegedly broke down and confessed to killing Reyes-Weiland because she was trying to leave him, saying he “overreacted.” “I was so afraid to let her go,” she allegedly told police, according to KSNV, adding, “because I’m so lonely.” Lara is being held at the Clark County Detention Center without bond and is scheduled to appear in court again on June 21.Read More………

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