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Former Clark High School coach jailed for lewdness with trainee

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( Courtesy: LVMPD)” border= “0” width=” 180″/ > Mugshot of Juan Chavez. (Courtesy: LVMPD). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. Clark County School District cops detained a previous high school university coach for

lewdness. Juan Alfredo Chavez, 25, was arrested Thursday on one count of felony lewdness dedicated by a person over 18 with a child 14- or 15-years-old.

Chavez acted as a kids university soccer coach at Ed W. Clark High School. He was a volunteer and not a school district worker.

Police said the arrest was the outcome of an event that reportedly took place on Oct. 20 at the school including a 14-year-old woman.

As of Oct. 20, Chavez is no longer enabled on any CCSD home and has been removed from the approved coaches list. He acted as a coach because Dec. 2010 and successfully passed a background check, police said.

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Trainee detained for putting bodily fluids on roommate’s valuables, authorities state

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP/Meredith)– A white Connecticut university student has been charged with smearing body fluids on her black roommate’s belongings, and police are stating it was a predisposition criminal offense.

West Hartford police revealed Wednesday that University of Hartford trainee Brianna Brochu, 18, was charged Saturday with misdemeanor criminal mischief and breach of peace. Cops also asked a judge to include a felony bigotry charge Wednesday.

The Hartford Courant reports Brochu told police she put her body fluids on her roomie’s knapsack and licked her roomie’s plate, fork and spoon due to the fact that she was frustrated with her roommate’s impolite behavior. Brochu denied other actions she discussed on Instagram, including that she put her roommate’s tooth brush “where the sun doesn’t shine.”

Brochu presumably wrote in an Instagram post, “Finally did it yo woman got rid of her roommate!! After 1 1/2 month of spitting in her coconut oil, putting moldy clam dip in her lotions … putting her toothbrush places where the sun does not shine, therefore much more I can lastly bid farewell Jamaican Barbie.”

The roomie, Chennel Rowe, stated in a viral Facebook video that she had a tense relationship with Brochu and transferred to another room about 2 weeks back.

Rowe, from New York City City, stated other trainees informed her about Brochu’s social media posts, and she understood the contamination of her individual items may have triggered the severe throat pain she was suffering.

She also stated that university authorities were at first sluggish to react and threatened to eliminate her from school if she discussed what occurred.

University President Greg Woodward said Brochu is not a student at the school and will not be returning. University authorities said federal personal privacy laws prevent them from stating whether a trainee is expelled. Woodward said the university took immediate action once the claims were given officials’ attention on Oct. 17.

“The accused student’s behavior was wicked and does not show the values of our organization,” Woodward stated in a statement to the campus neighborhood Tuesday. “The incident has actually brought about allegations of racism, and I desire you to know that I hear and share your anger and aggravation. Acts of racism, predisposition, bullying, or other violent habits will not be endured on this campus.”

Brochu, of Harwinton, Connecticut, did not return a message from The Associated Press on Wednesday. She did not comment throughout a Wednesday court appearance, when a judge barred her from school home and purchased her to stay away from her now-former roomie.

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Truancy officer implicated of illegally going into trainee’s home

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Picture courtesy CCSD Scott Weissinger A Clark County School District truancy officer is implicated of unlawfully entering a trainee’s house and assaulting him earlier this month, according to officials.

Scott Weissinger, 56, was apprehended Wednesday for the incident that apparently took place on Oct. 18, CCSD Authorities Chief Ken Young said. The 16-year-old student did not suffer serious injuries.

Weissinger was booked at the Clark County Detention Center one count each of battery by strangulation and theft, both felonies, and one count of kid abuse and endangerment, a misdemeanor, Young stated.

According to an investigation, Weissinger was on duty and acting on a truancy report when the event happened, Young said.

Weissinger, who’s been used by the school district considering that 1991, was suspended without pay while the examination continues, cops said. Prison records show he’s out on bail.

UNLV trainee abducted from school parking lot, raped at gunpoint

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CITY POLICE This male is thought of raping a UNLV trainee, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017.

Friday, Oct. 20, 2017|5:45 p.m.

. A student was kidnapped at gunpoint at one of UNLV’s parking garages and sexually attacked at a separate area Friday early morning, according to university authorities.

The female trainee had actually parked her automobile on the second flooring of the garage about 6 a.m. when she was approached by an armed man, authorities said.

Cops stated the suspect forced the victim into her vehicle and forced her to drive to the area of Katie and Cambridge streets, about half a mile north of UNLV.

It wasn’t instantly clear what occurred next, however the victim had the ability to take the weapon and flee, police stated. The suspect also fled on foot.

The suspect was described as a black man with blonde dreadlocks, authorities stated. He used a dark blue hooded sweatshirt with a white logo design on the front, and blue jeans.

UNLV police have increased their presence on school and in the parking lot.

The kidnapping and sexual assault is being examined in combination with City Cops, according to UNLV police.

The university provided the following tips to students and personnel:

– Be aware of surroundings and try walking in pairs.

– Pre-program UNLV authorities’s telephone number on your phone, 702-895-3669. Call 911 if it’s an emergency.

– Download the university’s RebelSAFE application through iTunes and the Google Play Shop.

Trainee sets poster on fire at Coronado High

A paper banner was set on fire at Coronado High School Thursday. A paper banner was set on fire at Coronado High School Thursday. A paper banner was set on fire at Coronado High School Thursday.

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5)- A student set a paper poster on fire at Coronado High School Thursday, according to the Clark County School District. A banner reading” Cougars” burned as trainees were leaving the school. The fire was put out rapidly, however put out a lot of smoke, so personnel pulled the emergency alarm, CCSD said.

Henderson Fire Department reacted quickly and it was “all taken care of” by 2:30 p.m.

. The district said there was no damage as an outcome of the fire. It did not say exactly what repercussions the trainee responsible will face.

Principal Michael Piccininni sent this message to moms and dads:

This afternoon during termination we had a little circumstance on school. A notepad on top of our locker area outside the 800 corridor captured on fire. The trainees did an exceptional job after the smoke alarm was pulled. They left the building in an orderly fashion and had the ability to clear the school without any occurrence, no Injuries and no property damage of any kind. Henderson Fire Department came and examined the situation, and has cleared our building of any structural damage. There is no requirement of repair. The students did a remarkable task. The faculty responded quickly, and whatever this afternoon went according to strategy. We simply wanted to share this message with you to ease any questions or concerns you may have. If you feel the requirement, do not hesitate to give us a call at 702-799-6800. This was a great example of how appropriate preparation and permitted our campus to remain safe even in times of confusion.

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UNLV trainee reluctantly photographed in school bathroom

Waypoint Residential Purchases $102 Million Portfolio for New Trainee Housing Unit

Waypoint Residential, a realty financial investment supervisor that partners with personal financiers to acquire home residential or commercial properties, has actually established a different affiliate to broaden its student real estate company after going into the sector last year.

The affiliate, Waypoint Campus Real estate LLC, got off to a good start, buying four homes of a five-property student housing portfolio consisting of 2,638 beds from Blue Vista Capital Management for $102 million.

The freshly acquired residential or commercial properties include High View Location, serving the University of Texas at San Antonio; Maverick Location, serving the University of Texas at Arlington; Rebel Place, serving the University of Nevada at Las Vegas; and Spring Location, serving the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Waypoint is planning to close on the fifth and largest student-housing home in the portfolio next month.

Scott Lawlor, CEO of Waypoint Residential, announced that student real estate is now part of the business’s core business, broadening its focus in the rental housing sector.

“The addition of trainee housing aligns with our overall technique to diversify our item offerings within the rental real estate market, and we believe it provides excellent risk-adjusted opportunities,” said Lawlor.

Waypoint entered the trainee housing sector in 2016 when it got its very first three residential or commercial properties consisting of 1,122 beds for $58.3 million. With the conclusion of all 5 portfolio assets in this acquisition, Waypoint will have obtained 3,760 trainee housing beds for around $160 million.

Jeremy Pemberton, who formerly concentrated on acquisitions and sourcing capital for Waypoint Residential, has actually been named to lead the new Waypoint School Housing affiliate.

“The student housing sector continues to demonstrate strong principles, significantly enrollment growth and continued strong tenancy,” Pemberton noted, while adding he believes trainee housing has become a more noticeable property class with strong financier demand.

For more information on the transaction, see CoStar Sale Comp ID # 3882652.