A former youth football coach was arrested on child pornography charges after police said he sent graphic images to a minor over Facebook.
A Las Vegas man is charged with sex trafficking after a woman in the central valley said he robbed her of $400, then told her she would now be working for him as a prostitute.
A Henderson firefighter and five other men have been arrested by a law enforcement task force targeting the sexual exploitation of children in the Las Vegas Valley.
Clark County Detention Center records show John Joseph Conti was booked Wednesday on multiple counts of suspicion of possessing and preparing pornography depicting a minor.
If you recognize this man or have any information, call Spring Valley Area Command detectives at 702-828-1687.
Three Las Vegas residents are accused of seeking vigilante justice against a man suspected of sexually assaulting a child.
A Las Vegas man has been charged with following a child then touching her inappropriately at a laundromat.
Las Vegas police arrested a man suspected of sexually assaulting a girl who attended day care in his girlfriend’s home.
A criminal complaint filed against Aric Irwin in North Las Vegas Justice Court indicates the crimes he’s accused of took place from September 2005 to December 2008.
The longtime friend of a suspected boogaloo member was sentenced Wednesday to more than nine years in prison for possessing child pornography.
Seven women filed a lawsuit that accuses a Las Vegas gymnastics center and its former owner of allowing a coach “unfettered access to young gymnasts” he sexually abused.
Las Vegas police said they are seeking more information in their investigation of a man arrested Monday on suspicion of sexual assault.
Jan. 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, and Nevada’s statewide collaboration is focused on increasing prosecutions against traffickers.
Both were arrested on charges of attempting to pay a 15-year-old girl for sex after responding to an ad placed by undercover law enforcement officers.
“It’s a very good day for the state, but more importantly, it’s a very good day for all the survivors who’ve been waiting up to this point to have their rape kits tested,” said Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford.