Break-In at Sen. Dean Heller's Las Vegas Office


Patricia Spencer on Sunday night confirmed that "entry did occur" at Heller's office, but only said that the investigation was ongoing. Dean Heller (R-Nevada). A vocal critic of the Senate's ACHA rewrite - which, he argues, "they haven't changed" at all - Heller was targeted by a Donald Trump-friendly Super PAC back in June.

Nothing was stolen Sunday morning from the Las Vegas office of Sen.

A threatening note was also reportedly left inside the office, however, authorities refused to confirm that.

Heller is regarded the most endangered GOP incumbent senator in next year's midterm elections.

Opponents of the bill have raised concerns that the projected increase in the number of people without health insurance due to the rollback of Medicaid funding will lead to deaths.

The police department told CNN in a statement that they received a call from an alarm company representative at a little after 9 a.m. reporting the alarm at the building's main entrance had gone off. Dean Heller's office lobby. Officers took a report for Threatening or Obscene Letters or Writing (NRS 207.180).