911 Call to Henderson Police:
Brian C. Padgett, Nevada Bar No. 7474 flat-out lies to police.
HPD Interview Brian Padgett:
The picture above is the actual police photo from the scene on the morning of June 25, 2017 of Katie Howard’s bedroom in the house she was living in on Moyer Drive in Henderson. She is lying in bed, dead. I’ve covered her face to try to soften at least a little the impact of the image. But I also realize that there’s nothing you can really do to try to cover up death. Perhaps Brian C. Padgett should take a lesson from that.
I ask you to first listen to the posted 911 call, then listen to Brian C. Padgett’s interview with a police officer trying to investigate the incident of Katie Howard’s death. Both are at the top of this post. As you can clearly hear during the 911 call as well as from the second interview he gave to the Henderson Police, that lying is second nature to Padgett.
As I listened to the actual 911 call, and then, the second interview carried out by the Henderson Police, I sat in total disbelief. What hits me square in the face is that Padgett has a huge credibility problem. He has no problem lying to police, as can be heard during interviews with them on the scene of the incident. And remember, Brian Padgett is a privileged license holder for marijuana and a member of the bar in the state of Nevada, Bar No. 7474.
You can clearly hear Padgett trying to deny what he had been recorded as saying on the 911 call that Thomas Wiggins made to the police — a call he tried to interrupt. As the officer questioning Padgett said, you can clearly hear Padgett mentioning the $100,000 sum twice. Yet Padgett continues to deny, deny, deny. The officer has him cold, Padgett knows that, and yet he continues to deny reality.