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A Woman Steals Rolex from Unconscious Man at Las Vegas Resort, Arrested by Police

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, August 30, 2022 8:47 am

A Las Vegas woman was arrested on grand larceny charges after allegedly stealing a Rolex from a man who passed out in a hotel room.

Taylor Sharde has been charged with grand larceny in the amount of more than $25,000, according to court documents.

According to an arrest report, Las Vegas Metro police were called to the Wynn on August 27 due to suspicion of prostitution-related theft.

Sharde was seen on the casino floor talking with a man, according to the arrest report. Later, the two were seen entering an elevator on their way to the man’s room. According to the arrest report, Sharde removed all her clothes, put on a robe, and asked the front desk for a ‘intimate kit.’

According to the report, the man drank too much alcohol and passed out while waiting on the bed. The man claimed that when he awoke, his Gucci sunglasses, Cuban link chain, and Rolex watch were all gone. The report states that there was also a used condom on the bathroom floor; the man insisted he had no idea how it got there.

Sharde was later captured on surveillance footage leaving the Wynn and getting into a taxi.

Detectives learned that Sharde had previously been recognized in a grand larceny case that happened on August 20, according to the arrest report.

According to the arrest report, an officer recognized Sharde from the grand larceny investigation on August 28 while working undercover at the Cosmopolitan. She was then arrested and questioned in a security holding area. When Sharde was handcuffed, the detectives noticed a Rolex on her left wrist, which she immediately claimed was hers.

Sharde refused to be questioned during the interview at first because she wanted a lawyer there, but the arrest report states that she later withdrew her objection, allowing the interview to continue.

According to the report, Sharde claimed she felt targeted by the man during the interview and that he tried to claim she stole his Rolex even though he knew it belonged to her.

Until one of the two involved can show ownership, the Rolex has been impounded.

Credits: 8 News Now

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