NEVADA- Newly obtained court documents shed light on the shocking case of 20-year-old Jake Emami, who faces multiple felony charges for allegedly soliciting Incline High School students for sex. According to the arrest report and probable cause affidavit filed in Incline Village Justice Court, Emami was in contact with over 50 girls on Snapchat, making the situation even more disturbing.
Emami, arrested last week by Washoe County Sheriff’s Office school resource officers, is accused of serious offenses, including solicitation of a child for prostitution, attempted use of a child in a sexual portrayal, child abuse for sexual exploitation, and statutory sexual seduction.
The investigation began when the school principal alerted police, reporting that Emami was “creeping on some of the girls” at Incline High School. Despite not securing a job as a school custodian, Emami frequently attended school events, creating an unsettling environment.
Court documents reveal instances where Emami allegedly offered a minor a vape in exchange for sex and proposed paying another girl $50 for a sexual encounter. Victim testimonies paint a disturbing picture of Emami’s solicitations, involving cash offers and promises to purchase vapes.
A search of Emami’s cellphone exposed numerous conversations where he solicited teenage girls for explicit content. Shockingly, Emami admitted to having engaged in sexual activities with four girls under the age of 18.
As of Tuesday evening, Emami remains in custody at the Washoe County jail. His bail has been increased to $300,000, and a formal arraignment is scheduled for Wednesday morning.
Authorities urge anyone with information related to this case or potential victims to contact local law enforcement or reach out to Secret Witness at 775-322-4900.
Credits: Fox Reno
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