David Cash

“One year and four months ago, Jeremy Strohmeyer followed little 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson into a casino ladies’ room. His friend, David Cash, followed after them. There, Strohmeyer kidnapped, sexually assaulted and strangled Sherrice to death while Cash, according to his own testimony, watched the assault begin and then left without notifying authorities. Strohmeyer pleaded guilty to all the crimes, facing a lifetime in prison, and Cash remains at UC Berkeley. The disparate legal treatment of two young men who both appear so morally culpable has raised a lot passions, causing even a noted criminal defense attorney, Strohmeyer’s own Leslie Abramson, to call angrily for some retribution against Cash.”

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Isabelle R Gunning (September 21, 1998). Two Forms of Justice. Latimes.com (Archive)

Jeremy Strohmeyer

“Her name is Sherrice Iverson, and she was 7 when she was lured from an arcade into a Primm casino restroom 20 years ago, forced into the largest stall, sexually assaulted and slowly strangled before her killer snapped her neck.”

Rachel Crosby (May 26, 2017). Reflecting on Sherrice Iverson’s death, 20 years later. Reviewjournal.com (Archive)

Rachel Crosby (May 19, 2017). 7-year-old girl’s murder at Nevada casino still haunts 20 years later. Reviewjournal.com (Archive)

John L. Smith (June 17, 2007). Decade later, callousness of what killer did to 7-year-old hasn’t faded. Reviewjournal.com (Archive)

Tom Gorman (February 9, 2000). Strohmeyer Asks Judge to Grant a Trial. Latimes.com (Archive)

Isabelle R Gunning (September 21, 1998). Two Forms of Justice. Latimes.com (Archive)

Nora Zamichow (February 11 1998). Jury to Hear Confession in Casino Slaying. Latimes.com (Archive)

Nora Zamichow (February 6, 1998). Police Lied, Casino Slaying Suspect Says. Latimes.com (Archive)

Associated Press (August 15, 1997). Witness’ Account in Casino Slaying Case Released. Latimes.com (Archive)

Tom Gorman (May 28, 1997). Casino Surveillance Footage Tells Story of Girl’s Killing. Latimes.com (Archive)

3 Students Cited Over Bathroom Sex Video At Las Vegas School

“School police have cited three Sunrise Mountain High School students after a video of two students having sex in a bathroom ended up online last week.”

Amelia Pak-Harvey (October 23, 2018). 3 Students Cited Over Bathroom Sex Video At Las Vegas School. Reviewjournal.com (Archive) (Archive)

Steven Finnegan

“Finnegan, 32, is charged with sexual assault, first-degree kidnapping and murder in the death of 16-year-old Jessica Heaney, a Silverado High School student who was found dead on March 7, 1998, in a clubhouse restroom at the Arbor Court condominiums in Henderson. Heaney had been sodomized and strangled before being left face-down in a toilet.”

Jace Radke (November 26, 2002). Murder suspect’s past is at issue. Lasvegassun.com (Archive)

Nicholas Donovan

“On Nov. 24, police said, a young boy was trapped in a Target restroom at Boca Park, 8750 W. Charleston Blvd. Police said a family was shopping at the store when a member of the family, a young boy, went into the restroom and stayed there “for some time,” according to the Metropolitan Police Department.”

Rio Lacanlale (February 9, 2018). Man arrested after boy trapped in Las Vegas store bathroom. Reviewjournal.com (Archive)

Jennifer Hurtado (February 8, 2018). Police arrest man for incident with boy in restroom. Fox5vegas.com (Archive)

Marc Wheeler

Brenda Yahm (September 1, 2017). Homeless man suspected of sexually assaulting girl at Las Vegas park. Fox5vegas.com (Archive)

Jared Deflurin

Rio Lacanlale (April 5, 2017). Man charged with attempted sex assault in Delano restroom. Reviewjournal.com (Archive)