July 7, 2015
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A man who police say plotted with a handyman to
kill his wife and then killed the handyman in Las Vegas has been
returned in custody from Utah to Nevada.
Records show 53-year-old Thomas William Randolph arrived at the
Clark County jail Thursday and is being held without bail pending
arraignment in Clark County District Court.
Randolph was indicted Jan. 7 by a grand jury in Las Vegas, and
was arrested Jan. 8 in Clearfield, Utah.
He's accused of murder and conspiracy in the May 8 slayings of
his wife, 57-year-old Sharon Clausse Randolph, and the handyman,
38-year-old Michael James Miller.
Randolph told police an armed intruder shot and killed his wife
before he shot and killed the gunman, but police say the story
didn't add up.
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