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Copper Thieves Target Henderson Parks

Local parks are the latest target of copper thieves. In Henderson, several parks have been left in the dark recently by thieves ripping out copper wire from the electrical valve boxes. It has forced some children's sporting teams to reschedule their practices and games.

Crews from the city of Henderson are doing what they can to keep this from happening again. Park officials are using huge boulders to keep copper thieves from getting into the boxes.

"Two weeks and there was nothing left," said Doug Guild, who is with the city of Henderson, as he describes how the parks are repeatedly targeted.

"We're coming back and placing large boulders on top of the electrical valve boxes. It's a deterrent to put out the fire, because we've had so many problems in the last three weeks," said Guild.

In some cases, the rocks weigh as much as three tons.

Man Linked to Unsolved Murder Arrested on Prostitution-Related Charges

LAS VEGAS -- Las Vegas police have arrested 33-year-old Solomon Barron on several prostitution-related charges, including pandering and living off the earnings of a prostitute.

According to the arrest report, Barron transported several women from the east coast to work for him as prostitutes in Las Vegas. One of the girls contacted police after she decided she no longer wanted to work as a prostitute.

Barron rented multiple apartments near Flamingo and Valley View where several prostitutes lived and worked, according to police. Detectives raided those apartments in January of 2010 and found evidence that Barron was running a prostitution-related operation.

Barron talks to America's Most Wanted about Lindsay Harris