Two Las Vegas residents have been sent to prison after being ensnared in an undercover law enforcement operation in Arizona targeting men who prey upon minors for sex.
Las Vegas police have accused Robert Garcia of trying to lure a 13-year-old girl into his hotel room at Caesars Palace, offering her $1,000 to come with him.
According to an arrest report, a Clark High School student told police that an office specialist showed him topless photos of herself and touched him inappropriately.
An 11-year-old girl called herself a Las Vegas “hustler,” admitting that she drank and flirted with men in Strip casinos, according to courtroom testimony Thursday.
Las Vegas police suspect a man arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a child may have more victims, and are asking people to come forward with information.
A local campaign geared toward stopping human trafficking began earlier this month, with posters featuring hotlines appearing in bus stops across the valley.
Richard Loughry, 48, was ordered Monday to serve up to five years of probation and register as a sex offender for paying a teenage girl $300 for sex at a fire station.
Las Vegas police on Saturday arrested a man suspected of threatening a woman with a box cutter and sexually assaulting her at a northwest valley park on Thursday.
A man threatened a woman with a box cutter and sexually assaulted her at a northwest Las Vegas park Thursday morning, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
A high school employee turned herself into law enforcement in May after she allegedly had inappropriate contact with a student, school police said Tuesday.
Court records show that Gary Erickson of Bunkerville avoided trial with his plea on Monday to a charge of crossing state lines to engage in illicit sexual conduct.
John Robert Morris, a theater teacher who retired from the Clark County School District last May, faces up to four years of probation.
One of two lawsuits accusing international soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo of obstructing the criminal investigation into claims of sexual assault in Las Vegas has been dismissed, but an identical lawsuit in federal court remains active.
The lawsuit, filed last week in District Court, claims the district and Maysen Melton’s parents disregarded other students’ safety by allowing him to stay in public school.
Prosecutors lodged seven new felony charges Thursday against Matthew Terry, who is accused of committing sex acts with several children.