In Nevada, it is illegal to record phone conversations unless all parties give consent. Commissioner Collins maintained that he never consented to being recorded. In the conversation, Bonaventura shows some animosity toward officials who backed the abolishment of the Constable's Office back in March of 2013. The County ultimately ruled to abolish that office. As of June 5th of this month, a District Court Judge ultimately denied Bonaventura's lawsuit that tried to overturn this ruling. Online Las Vegas District Court records show an appeal has been filed now.
As of Wednesday, it appears the Constable's Office is back up and running despite the confiscation of equipment. No arrests were made, and the investigation is ongoing. What do you folks think?