A California man is facing charges of sex trafficking one woman and kidnapping another in the Las Vegas Valley.
A Las Vegas man is accused of kidnapping a woman and sex trafficking her along Tropicana Avenue and Boulder Highway in the Las Vegas Valley, according to police reports.
Las Vegas police apparently discovered that the pastor sometimes left pornography up on on his church computer, which he often allowed the children to use.
A Las Vegas man was arrested on Thursday after his fingerprints linked him to a sexual assault from 2015.
After media reports of a local pastor’s arrest on suspicion of sexually abusing children, four more girls told police they had been abused, according to arrest reports released Tuesday.
Refuge for Women is a national organization designed to help survivors of sex trafficking. The Las Vegas branch opened in 2015.
Officers are trying to determine whether a suspect in three sexual assaults at gunpoint in August and September victimized other women.
Nevada’s two public universities experienced spikes in reports of sexual, domestic and dating violence incidents from 2017 to 2018, according to a report to be presented this week to the Board of Regents.
Kirk Hooten, a recently retired Las Vegas police officer, admitted he thought a 16-year-old girl he allegedly tried to force into his vehicle was a “hooker,” according to his arrest report.
Luis Angel Vicente Martir Gudiel, 27, who brought the 14-year-old Arizona girl to the city in 2018, was sentenced Tuesday to 11 years in prison.