Man charged for 2014 gunshot murder of Las Vegas Pinoy in his home

LAS VEGAS — Three years after the gruesome murder of Fil-Am Antonino “Tony” Isnit, justice has been served.

It was December 25th of 2014, when the Isnit family last saw Tony alive in this northwest Las Vegas home. Tony was a store clerk at a nearby Walgreens, a few miles away from the Isnit home.

According to the police report, Isnit died of a gunshot wound to the chest. Police found 119-millimeter shell casings next to Isnit’s body.

The police report states that Ackerman apologized to Isnit before shooting him, saying. “I’m sorry Tony, but you know me.”

Jin Ackerman used to work with tony but was fired in July of 2013 for improper use of employee computer files.

Ackerman is now serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. Ackerman was transported to Nevada high desert prison on December 13th, after 3 years of serving in the Clark County Detention Center.

In a document obtained by BA, Ackerman is judged guilty of burglary while in possession of a deadly weapon, first-degree kidnapping with the use of a deadly weapon, robbery with a use of a deadly weapon, first-degree murder with the use of a deadly weapon.

On count 9, Ackerman was sentenced for life in the Nevada department of corrections without the possibility of parole.

Isnit was remembered by his friends and family as a loving man. He was planning to retire to the Philippines.

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