Davis, 52, faces nine counts of felony sexual offenses against a minor, including sexual assault against under 14, and gross lewdness in the first degree.
He went on to explain that a warrant being issued starts the clock on any statutes of limitations, but also gives investigators time to seek out other victims, criminal patterns, or matters of crossing state lines that would make it a federal crime. Written by Jon Sofen Semi-pro poker player with 17 years experience on the felt and more than five years working as professional poker media.
Davis currently remains in jail while awaiting a February trial date. A trial date has been set for Feb.
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Poker Pro Denies Allegations Davis is accused of paying for oral sex on multiple occasions from a minor he met on Facebook. In addition, two friends of the girl, who are also both underage, claim Davis paid them to shower together while he watched and masturbated. Channel 8 News Now was investigating why it took the Las Vegas Metro Police Department 31 months to arrest a suspect on such serious felony charges, particularly someone like Davis, who kept an active social media presence and visible public profile.
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They, too, were wondering why it would take so long to make an arrest in the case, and spoke to a criminal defense attorney who said the extended oloking was not all that unusual.