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Enoch Spina is accused of assaulting then year-old Sabrina Lavelle at a Laughlin hotel after a high school graduation party 25 years ago. The case was included in a 13 Investigation into the critical work Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's cold case unit is doing to bring long-awaited justice to victims.The Woman Who Is Constantly Aroused - BORN DIFFERENT
According to Spina's arrest report, he admitted to police in that he pushed up Sabrina's shirt, pulled her pants and underwear down while she was not fully awake and took advantage of her while she was passed out. An analysis of DNA evidence recovered during the investigation said Spina could not be ruled out as a suspect. But despite all that, according to police sources, the district attorney denied the case, wanting more evidence.
It makes us feel heard," says Sabrina. It's showing them what not to do. Looking at old cases going, oh, look, this is how we dealt with the victim then, that's a bad thing. Actions Facebook Tweet .George Michael - I Want Your Sex (Stereo Version)
Man charged 25 years after alleged sex assault in Laughlin of high school student. A man is behind bars facing sexual assault charges in a case that shows you can't outrun the long arm of the law By: Darcy Spears. Spina acknowledged Sabrina did not consent. Sabrina says she suspects she was drugged that night but does not know who did it. That evidence finally came in when new testing established a DNA match to Spina. We spoke exclusively to Sabrina about the break in her case and the detectives behind it.
According to court records he will be arraigned in Laughlin Justice Court on Thursday. Copyright Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Report a typo.
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