[Global Network Technology Comprehensive Report] According to a foreign media TMZ report on August 9, Henry Nicholas III, the co-founder of Broadcom, a Fortune 500 company, was involved in drug trafficking in Las Vegas, a "gambling city". She was arrested by the police.
Photo: Henry Nicholas III
According to a police spokesperson, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police arrested 59-year-old Nicholas and a woman Ashley Fargo inside the hotel's Encore Hotel at about 10.40 pm local time on Tuesday, the latter being the wealth heir of Wells Fargo. Ex-wife.
At that time, the hotel security told police that contraband was found in the room. When the police arrived at the scene, Fargo had a "semi-deflated balloon" in his mouth, which was said to be laughing gas (nitrogen monoxide, or nitrous oxide). Police found contraband such as heroin, cocaine, and ecstasy in their rooms.
According to reports, the two men were jailed for multiple felonies including heroin, cocaine, ecstasy and methamphetamine. Both were later released on bail, the amount of which is unknown.
According to statistics, in 1991, Henry Samueli, an engineering professor at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and his doctoral student Henry T. Nicholas III founded Broadcom in the small town of Irvine, California, USA. Nicholas left the company in 2003. According to Forbes, his wealth is $ 3.1 billion. It is understood that this time is not his "first offender". He was also prosecuted in 2008 for allegedly supplying cocaine to friends and business partners.