LAS VEGAS (AP) — A local elected official got court-appointed attorneys during his arraignment in the stabbing death of a Las Vegas investigative journalist who wrote articles critical of him and his managerial conduct. Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles stood Tuesday in shackles while he was charged with murder in the Sept. 2 killing of veteran Las Vegas Review-Journal staff writer Jeff German. A judge scheduled an Oct. 26 hearing of evidence, and said Telles will remain jailed without bail. Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson announced he’s seeking a court order to remove Telles from his elected position heading the county office that handles assets of people who die without a will or family contacts. Such court action could take several weeks.