Slaton man indicted on indecency with a child charge _ lubbock online _ lubbock avalanche-journal u s anti money laundering laws

Asencion martinez jr. Was indicted on four second-degree felony counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact and one count of attempted sexual assault of a child.

Slaton police investigators believe martinez sexually abused a family member five times on separate occasions from 2009-13.

Slaton police arrested martinez in june after the investigation of a may 14 outcry during which the 12-year-old girl told a parent martinez inappropriately touched her genitals.

The girl said martinez also attempted to sexually assault her but she managed to escape and lock herself in a room.

Martinez was booked into the lubbock county detention center and was released on bond, which was set at $50,000

Money laundering

Christopher kiousis, 30, and mitar doncic, 26, were indicted on state jail felony counts of money laundering in connection with two june game room raids by police.U s anti money laundering laws

Lubbock police accuse the men of promoting gambling at game rooms at 2907 slide road and 3910 ave A.

Lubbock police investigators executed search warrants june 1 at the game rooms they believe were operated by kiousis and doncic.

According to a warrant, employees admitted to investigators they paid out cash to game room patrons.

Investigators seized more than $26,000 at the gameroom at avenue A and more than $8,000 at the slide road game room.

Investigators also collected motherboards from 8-liner machines and a gambling ledger.

Doncic on june 18 surrendered to the lubbock county jail, where he was released on bond.

Kiousis is also out on bond, according to court records.

Cockfighting

Simon mireles, 55, was indicted on a state jail felony count of cockfighting.

Lubbock county sheriff’s deputies discovered a cockfighting operation complete with a concession stand while responding to a may 23 noise complaint at a property in the 4100 block of east auburn avenue.U s anti money laundering laws

Deputies arrested mireles, who they believe organized the operation.

Mireles was booked into the lubbock county jail where he was released on bond, according to court records.

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Asencion martinez jr. Was indicted on four second-degree felony counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact and one count of attempted sexual assault of a child.

Slaton police investigators believe martinez sexually abused a family member five times on separate occasions from 2009-13.

Slaton police arrested martinez in june after the investigation of a may 14 outcry during which the 12-year-old girl told a parent martinez inappropriately touched her genitals.

The girl said martinez also attempted to sexually assault her but she managed to escape and lock herself in a room.

Martinez was booked into the lubbock county detention center and was released on bond, which was set at $50,000

u s anti money laundering laws

Money laundering

Christopher kiousis, 30, and mitar doncic, 26, were indicted on state jail felony counts of money laundering in connection with two june game room raids by police.

Lubbock police accuse the men of promoting gambling at game rooms at 2907 slide road and 3910 ave A.

Lubbock police investigators executed search warrants june 1 at the game rooms they believe were operated by kiousis and doncic.

According to a warrant, employees admitted to investigators they paid out cash to game room patrons.

Investigators seized more than $26,000 at the gameroom at avenue A and more than $8,000 at the slide road game room.

Investigators also collected motherboards from 8-liner machines and a gambling ledger.

Doncic on june 18 surrendered to the lubbock county jail, where he was released on bond.

Kiousis is also out on bond, according to court records.

Cockfighting

u s anti money laundering laws

Simon mireles, 55, was indicted on a state jail felony count of cockfighting.

Lubbock county sheriff’s deputies discovered a cockfighting operation complete with a concession stand while responding to a may 23 noise complaint at a property in the 4100 block of east auburn avenue.

Deputies arrested mireles, who they believe organized the operation.

Mireles was booked into the lubbock county jail where he was released on bond, according to court records.

Gabriel.Monte@lubbockonline.Com

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