Vegas Police Seized Camera, Cocaine In Little Girl Sex Tape Case

Police found a video camera and a quarter of a pound of cocaine in a short-stay apartment where Chester Arthur Stiles stayed while on the run last month.

And investigators want to talk to a man who showed a West Virginia driver's license with the name Bill Richardson when registering the rooms where Stiles stayed.

That's according to search warrant documents and Las Vegas police sergeant involved in the case.

Stiles is the man accused of raping a little girl in an explicit sex videotape that was turned over to authorities in Pahrump.

Richardson's not sought on criminal charges.

Police say they just want to find out how he came across Stiles.

Stiles was arrested October 15th in a routine traffic stop in Henderson after being named September 28th as a suspect in the videotaped sexual assault on the little girl.

She's now 7 and living in Las Vegas.

He faces a preliminary hearing November 19th on 23 felony charges.

The girl's mother has told authorities she believed the filming occurred in 2003, before the before the girl's third birthday.