RENO, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — The National Judicial College -- located on the University of Nevada, Reno campus -- issued a statement in regard to the death to a longtime faculty member.
According to the college, Tracy Edward Page was found shot and killed in his home in Hobart, Indiana on Wednesday morning.
The college received information about the death by a news report from the Northwest Indiana Times.
According to the report, a prosecutor said a suspect in Page's death has been taken into custody.
Provost Joy Lyngar released a statement honoring Page:
A beloved member of NJC’s faculty since 1996, Judge Page taught more than 75 courses and had recently made the decision to join the NJC’s staff and devote even more time to helping judges gain skills and knowledge. Judge Page received high evaluation scores from his judicial peers around the country, not only for his legal expertise but for the warmth he brought to his presentations and his approach-ability and willingness to help students at breaks and during lunches. He exemplified civility and integrity; his loss will reverberate in courtrooms around the nation.