Sex Crimes Las Vegas high school student indicted in rapes of classmates A Palo Verde High School student was indicted Wednesday on sexual assault charges after authorities accused him of raping at least four teenage classmates while he attended Shadow Ridge High School.
Maysen Melton, 16, faces two dozen felony counts, including charges of sexual assault, first-degree kidnapping and battery with intent to commit sexual assault.
Some of the charges involve attacks on school grounds. He gets these girls in these intimate situations. He pushes them on the ground, throws them on the ground, trips them onto the ground, pulls their pants down. He does not heed to any of their noes, does not heed to any of their resistance.
Gonzalez issued an arrest warrant for Melton, who faces the possibility of life in prison if convicted. She also ordered him to have no contact with the victims. Rhoades said Melton knew each of the victims, whose ages ranged from 15 to 18, and the attacks occurred over the course of about a year, ending in March Marcello declined to discuss specifics of the allegations Melton faced as a juvenile, as those records are sealed. He also faces charges of use of a minor in producing pornography and unlawful demand in exchange for removal of an intimate image, both felonies.
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