Task Force Targets Identity Theft – Larry Smith
“Las Vegas police Detective Larry Smith, a computer expert who investigates Internet fraud and cybersex cases, among others, works Wednesday from his downtown office. A new law enforcement task force aims to slow a surge in identity theft cases, but authorities say they need increased vigilance from businesses and residents to stop resourceful criminals.”
News – FORD v. The STATE – Larry Smith
“At trial, the State tendered evidence of a similar transaction in which Ford allegedly solicited S.F., a 14-year-old girl, for improper purposes. Detective Larry Smith and Sergeant Thomas Keller of the Las Vegas, Nevada Police Department testified that, in February 2001, they were called to the minor’s residence to investigate a possible crime.”
News – Detective testifies about child porn found on Weber’s computer – Larry Smith “Las Vegas police Detective Larry Smith, a specialist in examining computers for evidence, said homicide detectives asked him to inspect Weber’s computer shortly after the two bodies were found. The computer, adorned with the word “Freak” and a sticker of a red skull and cross bones, yielded a series of child pornography photos found on floppy discs, Smith said. “Right here you can see a young girl who may be 4,” Smith said, holding up a photo of an unidentified man engaged in a sex act with a child.”
News – WEBER v. The STATE – Larry Smith
“LVMPD Forensic Computer Examiner Larry Smith conducted the search of the computer. When he observed materials that appeared to be child pornography on some of Weber’s floppy disks, he obtained an additional search warrant.”
News – Synerity Digitale Ermittlungen -Larry Smith
Internet Crimes Against Children Detail and the FBI Innocent Images joint Task Force. Detective Smith investigated hundreds of crimes against children including sexual abuse, physical abuse, Internet Travelers and child pornography. In 2001 Larry transferred to the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force and assisted in the creation of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Departments Cyber Crimes Detail.
Woman Sought in Puppy Deception – Larry Smith Las Vegas fraud investigators are looking for a woman who received about $20,000 for her phony promises of cuddly companionship. Cora Robinson, 60, is suspected of running advertisements on an Internet site for pure-bred puppies that she never delivered, Detective Larry Smith said.