Las Vegas’ prostitute ‘stole $ 87,000 men’s watches from Rolex and Audemars Piguets’

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Las Vegas ‘prostitute’ had two men go to hotel rooms with her – ‘then stole their Rolex and Audemars Piguets watches worth $ 87,000’

  • Windy Rose Jones, 23, was arrested and charged with two counts of grand theft for alleged robberies in February and March
  • Police say they believe the robberies that took place at the Cosmopolitan hotel in Sin City involved prostitution
  • On February 21, a man said he fell asleep after margaritas with Jones and woke up to find his Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watch worth $ 37,000 had also disappeared.
  • On March 24, a second man said he had invited Jones into his room and the next day he woke up to find his $ 45,000 Rolex Daytona watch and iPhone 12 missing.
  • Upon investigation, police were able to identify Jones after she found multiple photos of her on various online prostitution-related ads

A Las Vegas woman reportedly a prostitute returned two men to their hotel rooms and then stole a luxury watch worth $ 87,000 each, police say.

Windy Rose Jones, 23, is accused of assaulting her victims at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Sin City on two separate nights in March and April.

After enjoying a drink with her alleged victims, she is said to have returned to their rooms with them. The first victim, the February 21 target, woke up to find his Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watch worth $ 37,000 missing. He told Las Vegas Metropolitan Police that $ 1,500 in cash was also missing.

About a month later, on March 24, a second man returned Jones to his room, it is alleged. He woke up the next morning to find that his $ 45,000 Rolex Daytona watch had disappeared, as was his iPhone 12.

Windy Rose Jones, 23, was charged with two counts of grand theft for the alleged February and March robberies that took place in suites at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Windy Rose Jones, 23, was charged with two counts of grand theft for the alleged February and March robberies that took place in suites at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Two men claim they were robbed by Jones after spending the night with her in a room at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas.

Two men claim they were robbed by Jones after spending the night with her in a room at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas.

Police say they believe the robberies involved prostitution, although it is unclear whether Jones arranged sex in exchange for money with the two men she is now accused of theft.

Police were able to track her down after she found ads featuring her photo on local escort websites.

Both men she allegedly attacked said she had a signature lion tattoo on her thigh.

Detectives arrested her after seeing a similar ink cartridge on the sex sites, according to the The Las Vegas Review Journal

Jones’ first alleged victim said they went to his hotel room to drink margaritas and that his memory of what happened next is blank. He claims that while the two sat in the room waiting for room service, the topic of sex never came up, the police report says.

The man said he fell asleep shortly after consuming his margarita and woke up the next morning to find that $ 1,500 in cash was missing in his wallet and his Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watch worth $ 37,000 was also on. used to be.

According to the police report, the man was a “victim of a major theft and possibly drugged.”

The man described the woman he only knew as ‘Rosa’ eye-catching tattoos, including a lion tattooed on her thigh.

Jones’s alleged second victim made similar claims and was also concerned that he might have been drugged.

Police say the two robberies took place at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas

Police say the two robberies took place at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas

Upon investigation, police were able to identify Jones after she found multiple photos of her in different locations prostitution related ads online.

“The photos showed Jones with a large tattoo of a lion on her thigh,” said police.

Jones was arrested April 4 and booked into the Clark County Detention Center on the basis of two major theft cases.

She did not speak to detectives, but the police confirmed the existence of the lion tattoo on her leg.

In neither case have any criminal charges been filed and Jones is not currently in custody.

According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, Jones will appear in both cases in May for a hearing on the filing of criminal charges.

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