Sex Worker Arrested at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas for Attempted Murder
Posted on: November 3, 2023, 08:55h.
Last updated on: November 6, 2023, 11:38h.
Napria Wilson, 26, also was charged with robbery and residential burglary after she stole about $6K from the man, police added.
When a hotel security guard arrived at the room at about 7 a.m., the victim was covered in blood and was helpless on the floor, according to Las Vegas TV station KLAS. He was on his back between two beds. He could be heard moaning and yelling for assistance, police said.
Several bones in his face were broken and fractured. There were extensive bruises on his body, and his eyes and hands were swollen, according to official reports. The bed sheets, furniture and floor also had blood on them, according to Las Vegas TV station KTNV.
The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment. Authorities didn’t have an updated condition on the man as of Friday. It was unclear if doctors needed to perform surgery to treat his injured face.
The unnamed man, who appeared to be in his late 60s, has limited mobility and uses a scooter because of his chronic disabilities. He was able to tell the guard he solicited the services of the sex worker when the two met on the Caesars Palace gaming floor.
Target of a Scam
Initially, the man gave her $500 for sex acts. Wilson then took the money and stayed in the hotel room, according to the police report. But Wilson asked the man for money again. After the victim told Wilson he had already given her the funds, Wilson began arguing with the man.
Wilson again ordered him to give her the money. She then stole his wallet and left.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) officers searched the hotel for evidence. Officers also watched the hotel surveillance video, which showed Wilson leaving a hotel room. She then went into a hotel elevator, which took her to the ground floor, the video revealed. She walked out of the hotel exit and entered a taxi.
She vomited after getting into the cab.
“Wilson apologizes to the driver and tells him she will pay him extra to get her ‘out of here’ and appears to pass him a $100 bill from her purse,” according to the police report. The taxi driver then drove away with her as a backseat passenger.
Police identified the suspect as Wilson after checking with the taxi company. Wilson was later apprehended. She was booked at the Clark County Detention Center on Wednesday.
Her case was turned over to local prosecutors. She has yet to enter a plea on the charges.
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