LAS VEGAS (AP) - A convicted gang member who served federal
prison time for racketeering conspiracy is jailed again, accused of
sexually assaulting his mentally challenged teenage daughter.
Federal prosecutors say 36-year-old Todd Davis also admitted
smoking marijuana after his 2007 release from prison, a violation
of conditions of his supervised release.
U.S. Magistrate Judge George Foley on Monday ordered Davis to
remain in custody until a Feb. 4 hearing.
Federal Public Defender Rebecca Rosenstein says Davis denies the
charges against him.
Davis was one of 21 men indicted in 2003 in a case targeting
Rolling 60s Crips activities in southern Nevada.
Davis was known as Demarlo Luscious. He pleaded guilty in 2004
to racketeering conspiracy and was sentenced to nearly five years
in prison. He was released in June 2007.
Information from: Las Vegas Review-Journal, http://www.lvrj.com
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