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Think in UNLV student abduction admits to foot fetish

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> Metro Authorities Juh’ Juan Washington Associated news While they rode in the victim’s vehicle after the suspect abducted her at gunpoint from a UNLV parking garage recently, the male announced that he had a foot fetish, inning accordance with a Metro Cops detain report.

Juh’ Juan Dayvon Washington, 21, is likewise accused of kidnaping another female at gunpoint the previous day and threatening to “blow your (expletive) brains out” before stealing her automobile, cops stated.

And he is thought in 3 previous events in which UNLV students were touched or came close to being abducted by a man who matches his description, cops stated.

Those incidents remain under examination, however monitoring video from one of them shows the suspect in the same clothing Washington as when he presumably kidnapped the student at the parking lot on Oct. 20, cops stated.

Officers that day were dispatched about 7:15 a.m. to the area of Cambridge Street and Katie Opportunity, police stated. The victim was able to take Washington’s weapon from him after he required her into lewd acts, and she chased him away.

The student said she had actually just parked at the Home Grove garage and was getting her valuables from the backseat of her car when Washington approached her and required her into the car at gunpoint, police stated.

The victim– under instructions from Washington– drove to a neighboring recreation center, then a nearby apartment complex, where he forced her into lewd acts, police stated. He tape-recorded parts of the acts on her cellphone. She told detectives that numerous kids walked past the cars and truck while they were at the community center which Washington would duck down when they did.

In addition to the cellular phone videos and Washington’s finger prints recovered on the victim’s cars and truck, a male who identified himself as Washington’s stepfather approached police the next day and informed them “you’re trying to find my stepson … he raped the lady at UNLV; we (his mom and he) saw him on the news.

“Investigators then found Washington was detained in September by Clark County School District police and booked on counts of drawing or attempting to entice a kid or psychologically ill person, loitering about school or public location where kids gather together, incorrect statement to obstruct authorities and disrupting a student from attending school.

Washington was arrested on Sunday, authorities said. In the beginning he rejected his involvement in the Oct. 20 event however later confessed to kidnapping the victim and stealing her car. He also confessed to holding another victim at gunpoint.

He maintained that he didn’t require the victim into sexual acts, inning accordance with the report. The mobile phone video portrays a guy’s voice informing the victim “you don’t like this do you” before informing her he “needs to’ve simply asked her ‘to do this’ and she most likely would’ve.”

“I never would’ve pointed the gun,” he’s heard stating after.

“While evaluating the occurrences from UNLV, Juh’Juan became upset and mentioned that we must just shoot him or put him in a mental hospital,” a detective composed in the report.

Washington, who made a court look on Wednesday and purchased held at a $1 million bail, is anticipated to plead innocent to felony and misdemeanor charges including auto theft, lewdness, heist and kidnapping, which carries a possible sentence of as much as life in prison.

The Associated Press added to this report.

Xceligent Professional Admits to Taking CoStar Data, Judge Issues Injunction, Orders Firm to Pay Damages

RE BackOffice Verifies Xceligent Directed it to Hack CoStar’s Websites and Steal Material as Part of Widespread Plan to Unlawfully Get Data and Photos

A U.S. federal judge has ruled in CoStar’s favor in its ongoing legal battle with Xceligent after one of Xceligent’s primary research study suppliers, Pennsylvania-based RE BackOffice Inc., admitted to repeatedly hacking CoStar’s websites in order to unlawfully download residential or commercial property information and pictures to occupy Xceligent’s rival database.

In the filing last Friday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, RE BackOffice confessed that it was worked with by Xceligent to hack into CoStar’s sites and copy its content on exactly what CoStar alleged was a commercial scale.

District Court Judge Arthur Schwab ruled in CoStar’s favor today, ordering RE BackOffice to turn over all its make money from the scheme to CoStar and released an injunction against the professional.

As initially reported by the Washington Organisation Journal on Friday, the research study specialist stated in its filing that Xceligent directed it to repeatedly copy material from CoStar’s sites and add it to Xceligent’s system for its competitive service.

Inning accordance with the filing, Xceligent CEO Douglas Curry allegedly checked out the India center to train the operations group.

On the other hand another news outlet reported that RE BackOffice and its India-based affiliate, MaxVal Technologies, have actually contracted with Xceligent since 2012 as part of the prevalent plan to copy CoStar content. Inning accordance with Bisnow News, RE BackOffice confessed in the court filing that Xceligent’s management directed the specialist to hack into CoStar’s system and copy information and pictures, calling Xceligent CEO Douglas Curry and primary research officer Nathan Lipowicz as being straight involved in the scheme.

In the filing, RE BackOffice states, “At Xceligent’s instructions, the REBO/MaxVal operations group utilized steps to prevent CoStar’s security procedures and thereby hack into CoStar’s sites in order to occupy the Xceligent database with content copied from CoStar.”

The court filing followed CoStar subpoenaed RE BackOffice last summertime after submitting fit against Xceligent in Missouri where Xceligent is based.

The admission of wrongdoing by Xceligent’s representative and the judge’s judgment today were hailed as a major break in the case by CoStar, which claims Xceligent took and resold its material for numerous years.

“The truths confessed by Xceligent’s agent, and the court-ordered injunction against them, speak for themselves,” a CoStar representative stated.

PD: After disappearance and rejection, father admits to killing 13-year-old son

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

The daddy of a 13-year-old boy admitted to killing his child, whose body was discovered wrapped in blanket and covered in rocks following his disappearance, according to authorities.

Paul Jones was charged with very first degree murder after family members discovered his kid, Aaron Jones’ body decomposing near a treking trail off Stone Highway.

His body was not immediately identifiable.

According to Las Vegas City Police, Aaron Jones had been coping with his daddy at Siegel Suites near Boulder Highway given that Nov. of in 2015 after being given custody in June.

Paul Jones and his 13 kids resided in a single bed room home, cops stated.

Authorities said relatives had seen Paul Jones disciplining Aaron by making him stand against a wall with his hands up while Paul motivated his other kids to “strike (Aaron) with any items they selected.”

Paul Jones stated he was told at a parenting class that he could “pop” his children “as long as it did not leave contusions,” according to the arrest report.

In an argument in mid-Feb., where Paul Jones stated Aaron took his siblings’ cash to purchase candy, Paul initially informed cops that Aaron ran away from home while being disciplined. Authorities said Paul claimed he didn’t file a missing individuals report since he had exceptional warrants.

Cops stated Paul later confessed that he struck Aaron “on the side of the confront with an open hand.” Aaron dropped to the floor, and then struck his head on the flooring. Paul said Aaron’s eyes were still open and he was still breathing however he was “not entirely there.” Paul said he dressed Aaron in a dry t-shirt and shorts, and laid a blanket over him. Paul informed cops he later discovered Aaron wasn’t breathing and then covered Aaron in a blanket, carried him to “the desert location” and positioned rocks and a piece of tarpaulin over his body.

Aaron’s cousins found his body on April 25, stating he had been missing out on considering that Dec. however was never reported missing, nor as a runaway.

Latoya Williams-Miley, 33, was also reserved into Clark County Detention Center Thursday night, according to Las Vegas City police. She was accuseded of open murder.

Cops determined Williams-Miley as the stepmother of Aaron Jones.

Paul Jones was detained on April 1 on an unassociated parole offense tied to a child abuse case, inning accordance with authorities.

Clark County Coroner’s Workplace verified the body as Aaron Jones. The cause and manner of death stayed pending.

In an interview Wednesday with FOX5, Paul Jones firmly insisted having no involvement in his kid’s disappearance.

“I didn’t do it, I do not know exactly what took place to my kid,” he said. “It’s devastating and hurtful to see they would blame someone you understand that actually didn’t do anything to damage their child.”

The daddy firmly insisted the teen ran away in Feb. He stated he could not call the police due to the fact that he had an outstanding warrant.

More charges are pending an evaluation by the Clark County District Attorney’s Workplace.

Stay with FOX5 and fox5vegas.com for updates.

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Female admits to hiding gun in private parts

Ashley Cecilia Castaneda, whom Waco police had arrested after a traffic stop, told officers she concealed a gun in her vagina. (Source: KWTX/CNN)Ashley Cecilia Castaneda, whom Waco cops had detained after a traffic stop, informed officers she concealed a weapon in her vagina. (Source: KWTX/CNN).

TX female during arrest: ‘There’s a gun in my vagina’
TX lady throughout arrest: ‘There’s a gun in my vaginal area’

Updated: Wednesday, September 9 2015 5:39 AM EDT2015-09-09 09:39:01 GMT

(Source: Waco Police Department Facebook page)(Source: Waco Authorities Department Facebook page).

In your trousers is generally where a crammed weapon is discovered, however police in Texas discovered one woman taking hidden carry to a different extreme throughout a recent traffic stop.More > In your pants is normally where a crammed weapon is discovered, but law enforcement in Texas found one woman taking hidden reach
a different extreme throughout a recent traffic stop.More > WACO, TX( KWTX/CNN)-Waco police had actually simply apprehended Gabriel Garcia and Ashley Cecilia Castaneda after finding 30 grams of methamphetamine in their vehicle. Castaneda then

confessed she was concealing a gun inside her body. After a thorough search, officers found the weapon barrel-up, inside the woman’s vaginal area.”They pulled to the side of

the roadway, the officers went out, asked her where

the weapon was and the woman stated,’It’s between my legs, ‘”Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton stated.”A crammed 22-caliber, full publication, a round chamber handgun inside the woman. It could have been very dangerous for everybody included.”The gun was a small Smith and Wesson 61, weighing about 6 ounces, normal for a hidden carry. “If she grabbed it incorrect or grabbed it pulling the trigger, it would have went off, might have eliminated her,” stated Hani Sidarous, owner of Special Guns in Waco. The story attracted attention on social media. Police stated they published it to Facebook because stories like this are not that unusual. “The reason is basic- due to the fact that individuals don’t believe that this happens in reality,

“Swanton said.”It occurs far more than your average resident would ever understand.” Copyright 2015 KWTX via CNN. All rights reserved.

Male admits selling jeopardized rhino horns in Las Vegas

A California man pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to charges of illegally selling the horns of the endangered black rhinoceros in Las Vegas.

Lumsden Quan and his co-defendant, Edward N. Levine, likewise from California, were apprehended at the South Point resort in March 2014 following an undercover investigation by agents with the united state Fish and Wildlife Service.

Quan, 47, pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy and breaching the Lacey Act, which forbids the sale across state lines of secured wildlife. He does not have a contract to comply with district attorneys.

Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro set a Dec. 3 sentencing date for Quan, who is complimentary on his own recognizance.

Levine, who deals with the very same federal wildlife charges, is to stand trial Oct. 19.

According to court files, Quan and Levine acted as brokers for the ailing owner of the rhinoceros horns in San Francisco. The horns were given Las Vegas, and the two men sold them at the South Point to an undercover Fish and Wildlife agent for $55,000 in money.

The hotel-room transaction was secretly recorded by government camera, the documents allege.

At his plea hearing Friday, Quan, who resides in San Francisco, stated the previous owner of the horns has since passed away.

The black rhinoceros, belonging to eastern and main Africa, has actually been threatened by the worldwide need for its prized horns. It is listed in the united state Endangered Types Act.

A Denver-based Fish and Wildlife representative said in a criminal grievance in 2013 that rhinoceros horns are a “highly searched for product” worldwide, despite the fact that their trade has been prohibited given that 1976.

The representative stated he was part of a federal group participating in “Operation Crash,” which has been investigating the unlawful killing of the animals and trafficking of their horns.

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