Man arrested after sexual assault of Vegas casino guest
The suspect was identified on camera after breaking into a guest’s room
Another unfortunate event was reported at a casino and hotel located on the Las Vegas Strip on February 2. A 27-year-old man was arrested for an apparent sexual assault at the Venetian after he was identified as the culprit on security cameras. He apparently let himself into the room of a woman that arrived the day before with her husband and friends to spend some vacation time in the Strip.
When Donavan Fox suddenly found a room key on the casino floor, he took advantage of the access to gain entry into the victim’s room. The woman told the police that earlier that night, she was having drinks with friends and her husband until she was ready to go to her room. Her husband walked her there and then went back to the casino, and the woman went to bed. Later during the same night, she thought she was having a sex dream only to find out that a strange man was on her bed. She told him that her husband was about to come back to the room, and he left. After that, the victim called her husband and the police, as well.
The police officers got the surveillance videos where it can be seen how the victim dropped her room keys on the floor at 2:41 AM. Later on, Fox was spotted picking up the key and letting himself into the room. The police arrested him on February 2, he told the police he met that woman earlier, and they arranged to meet. Later he changed the story and claimed that he thought the woman dropped the key intentionally for a man to go to her room and have sex. Fox now faces charges of burglary, sexual assault, capturing images of a private area, open lewdness and indecent or obscene exposure.