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Las Vegas Man Allegedly Had Friend Livestream Murder, Burning Body in Desert – Crime Online

Las Vegas Man Allegedly Had Friend Livestream Murder, Burning Body in Desert – Crime Online

Las Vegas law enforcement have arrested a gentleman they say inspired a pal to livestream himself killing a further male so he could observe.

A warrant was issued for Stefan Jakubov earlier this month on charges of destroying or concealing evidence, harboring, concealing or aiding a felony offender, and conspiracy to commit battery ensuing in sizeable bodily harm, KLAS reported. Two weeks later on, the Clark County District Attorney’s Business extra open up murder and robbery to the charge listing.

The costs relate to the August 2023 murder of Aaron Chavez. An additional male, 30-year-previous Gino Julian, was arrested on August 13 just after two tow truck drivers discovered him sleeping in his auto in the California desert 10 toes from Chavez’s partly burned entire body. Julian himself experienced referred to as for the tow truck when his automobile obtained caught in the sand.

Investigators concluded that Chavez, 30, was overwhelmed to loss of life in Las Vegas, and Julian was indicted by a Nevada grand jury.

Investigators reported Chavez and Julian argued through textual content ahead of the murder and that in just one of them, Julian threatened to eliminate Chavez.

Jakubov’s rates indicate he was also texting Julian. In a person, Julian questioned him “Where should I put on the show?” and “Is there bleach or chlorine?”

In yet another, Jakubov tells Julian to ““Break his facial area,” and “Delete our convos,” Las Vegas Metro law enforcement reported.

Gino Julian in the desert, allegedly burning the entire body of Aaron Chavez/LVMPD by using KLAS

A online video clip shows what appears to be Chavez’s lifeless entire body inside a house, even though many others show Julian pouring gasoline on the body in the desert.

“What does it truly feel like to be disrespected? It sucks, suitable?” Julian reported in the video clip. “I practically feel sorry for him. What else did you feel was gonna come about, you know?”

Julian reportedly told law enforcement that Chavez manufactured a whole lot of money in a Ponzi plan. Some victims of the plan spoke with KLAS and reported they’d supplied him income to make investments, and that cash disappeared.

It’s unclear if Jakubov or Julian had been victims of the alleged plan.

Jakubov is becoming held on a $500,000 bond and should surrender his passport if he’s unveiled. A preliminary hearing is set for April 25.

Julian is staying held without having bond and goes on trial in May possibly.

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[Featured image: Stefan Jakubov and Gino Julian/Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department]