September 1, 2014
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Las Vegas police say they think there might be more victims of a prowler who broke into units at a Las Vegas apartment complex and left pornography behind.
Adalid Hernandez, 33, faces 12 burglary and two aggravated stalking charges in what authorities say was a yearlong string of break-ins at the Spanish Palms apartments several miles southwest of the Las Vegas Strip.
Police allege Hernandez committed lewd acts while women slept, and sometimes left magazines, DVD movies and adult business cards behind.
They say that in one case, a woman awoke to find a man holding a TV remote control after ordering an adult movie on her cable television.
Investigators say they found Hernandez's fingerprints on windows, and on a porn DVD that one woman found playing on her television when she walked into her apartment.
Clark County jail records show that Hernandez was arrested April 16 by a criminal intervention team. He is due for a preliminary hearing May 5.
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