A Las Vegas trickster stands accused of swindling a would-be ‘John’ out of his $230,000 luxurious Swiss watch, based on police.
The alleged sufferer advised cops he took Priscilla Cueva, 34, and her good friend to his room and talked about having “intimate relations” with them.
Although the sufferer “was adamant that no money was exchanged” for intercourse acts, he determined to take a bathe sooner or later and positioned his dear Audemars Pigeut Swiss timepiece in his baggage.
The sufferer additionally stated he and the ladies drank alcohol contained in the lodge room, based on Fox5Vegas.
Cueva and the opposite lady then allegedly advised the sufferer they had been going to get ice however by no means returned, the person advised Las Vegas Metropolitan Police.
The sufferer stated he went to mattress and wakened the following morning solely to seek out his $230,000 watch lacking.
The incident occurred on Sept. 18, and he reported it to the police immediately.
Hotel-casino safety and police recognized Cueva from lodge video footage as a result of she was warned beforehand about trespassing on the property. She was arrested on Dec. 22 over the crime, however the circumstances of her arrest haven’t been made public.
Cueva was charged with felony grand larceny with a price over $100,000 or extra and gross misdemeanor conspiracy to commit grand larceny, based on courtroom information reviewed by The Post.
She was launched the following day underneath the situation that she “stay out of trouble,” based on courtroom information as prosecutors requested the courtroom for added time to research and file a proper prison grievance.
Cueva’s subsequent scheduled courtroom look on the grand larceny case is scheduled for April 24.
However, she was arrested once more on Christmas Day for trespassing on the Aria Resort and Casino lodge property and loitering for the aim of procuring/prostitution, based on courtroom information.
Cueva was once more launched that day and is scheduled to return to courtroom on the prostitution and trespassing case on Feb. 21.