(Las Vegas Police Department, n.d.)

Evidence at the scene.

Evidence consisted of Bailey’s pants, which were partially removed, a piece of clear plastic around his waist, a clump of chewing gum, a condom wrapper, as well as several cigarette butts. Along with the physical evidence there was a set of bloody shoe prints and fresh tire tracks. An autopsy seemed to point to some sort of sexual assault since semen was found on his body; therefore, there was a DNA profile available. Time of death could not be established at this point. (Smith, 2015)

There was a security camera in the area (the crime occurred near/around a bank) off an ATM. Around the crime scene there was potential for many eye witnesses since there were multiple apartment complexes. (Smith, 2015)

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    Sources for information and images.

    Smith, J. (2015, March 12). How a Rumor Sent a Teen to Prison for Murder in Vegas. Retrieved November 15, 2020, from https://theintercept.com/2015/03/12/murderinvegas/