METRO POLICE Christopher Weygant
Friday, June 29, 2018|9:15 p.m.
Members of a regional gang believed that Bailey Kay Beck was a “snitch,” a betrayal that could be punished by death.
A minimum of that’s exactly what Beck, 30, was told at a party attended by the gang not long after she was hired as a City Cops informant, authorities allege. Someone had actually approached to inform her about the innuendo, letting her understand her life may be in threat.
Which’s exactly what she passed on to her City handler, a narcotics detective, saying she wasn’t certain the warning was real, cops said.
Apparently, it was.
Soon after– on April 8– Beck was dead, injected with “large quantities of narcotics” by two men trying to coax her into confirming the report, inning accordance with the warrant of one of those guys, Christopher Weygant, 31, who was apprehended this week.
Hours prior to she passed away at a hospital and two days after she was assaulted, Beck was found in a garage next to a south valley house in the 7400 block of River Dove Court, near Warm Springs Roadway and Torrey Pines Drive, police said.
Beck had injury to her head and several track marks, however as of Friday afternoon, the Clark County coroner’s office was aiming to determine Beck’s precise cause and way of death.
City declares it’s a murder and on Wednesday arrested Weygant on a murder count. He’s being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center.
Life as an informant
Beck was gotten with drugs by cops on March 23, according to the report. She then agreed to be an informant, and as a drug runner for an Asian criminal organization and a white supremacist gang, she was privy to helpful insider information.
So, she took the officers around the valley, showing them places where they might discover drugs or individuals related to them, cops stated. For 3 days beginning on April 2, Beck’s handler stayed connected with her.
She was attacked a day after he last spoke with her.
Outlining Beck’s death
After a traffic stop of two guys in Might, cops learned that a female they thought was responsible for Beck’s death did not damage her, police stated. Instead they got a name, Christopher Weygant, known by his street name is “Double O.”
The exact same month, investigators once again connected Weygant’s name to Beck’s death, this time after an unassociated arrest of a woman.
She informed them about the plot to aim to get Beck to divulge her cooperation with cops. Inning accordance with her, 3 males had actually planned to inject her with drugs, but one backed out, inning accordance with the report.
Weygant’s name was raised a third time.
This time, Beck’s roommate told detectives she saw him in the hallway of their house the day Beck was thought to have been assaulted, inning accordance with the report. “I’m here to kill Ivana,” she recalled the suspect saying. Beck was understood to utilize the Ivana name.
The woman “said Weygant told her to remain in her room and a short time later on, she heard Beck scream out the word ‘ow'” prior to she heard the actions of numerous individuals fleing.
Weygant will next appear in court on July 13. It wasn’t instantly clear if anyone else has actually been apprehended.