Investigator ordered to name client who tracked Reno mayor

RENO, Nev. (AP) — A Nevada judge has ordered a private investigator to identify the person who hired him to track Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve and an ex-county commissioner with GPS devices attached to their cars ahead of the November election. Lawyers for private investigator David McNeely argued the name of his client was a trade secret and that release of the information would harm his ability to do business. But a judge ruled Thursday that Nevada trade law provides him no such immunity. The judge ordered McNeely to produce documents identifying the client and said most of the claims in lawsuits filed by Schieve and ex-Washoe County Commissioner Vaughn Hartung could proceed.