Brianna Denison 19yo Reno NV #1

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  1. dee10134

    dee10134 I'm BAAAAACK!

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    That's what I believe as well. I thought I read it could have been a Fubu jersey. FYI: Fubu's logo is generally embroidered on the left side, over the heart and is in sloppy cursive type writing. That could be why the person couldn't read the embroidery properly...

    Another FYI: Fubu is a popular brand of clothing for young people, especially urban people, or those that dress "hip hop". The nylon jogging pants they described are also called "swishy pants" for the noise they make when you walk. They also make breakaway basketball pants that people like to wear casually because they're comfortable. I think these are what the victim was referring to when she was describing them...

    Perp could have been wearing them because he's on the younger age spectrum or older but still in with the trends or into hip hop music and culture...

    - OR -

    ... he could have been wearing them solely for their elastic waist which could allow him to pull them down and up very quickly (easy access). :mad:
     


  2. SeriouslySearching

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    I think the 40yo end of the spectrum here is beyond the scope of who they should be looking for. Everything so far points to this being a younger man, imo. Late teens to late 20s.
     
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    When I hear about the silky type shorts, possibly fubar or football style jersey, and a truck with the lights in odd places....I imagine this being a hispanic. The only prob I have is the report of light colored hair on the arm of the suspect.
     
  4. dee10134

    dee10134 I'm BAAAAACK!

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    They're pants, not shorts. And lots of young people wear clothing like this, not just hispanics.
     
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    If this were someone still living at home with his parents...the truck or suv could have been "borrowed" from dad. He might have a young sibling to account for the shoe.

    Since the attacks occurred close together (except the Nov. attack), this guy could have been home on a break from school himself. He could already have left the area to back to college.
     
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    Only the hispanics where I live.
     
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    I think that's stereotyping a bit much. Again, my husband and his friends wear "fubu" type jerseys (though not the Fubu brand, typically Reebok or Adidas) and silky type pants all the time! To work out in, to play basketball in, or just to wear around the house. I don't think the truck's dome light was in an "odd place" such as it was put in there after-market. I think the dome light is there just as it could be in any of our vehicles. Making assumptions on this person's race based on the clothes they wear and the description of the vehicle is hugely unfair, but more than that you'll miss out on an entire demographic (like Caucasians) which the suspect could very well be a member of.
     
  10. dee10134

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    I agree 110%!
     
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    I would bet a good chunk of change that more than just the hispanics dress like this, in your area or anywhere else! Maybe you don't notice them because they're in their own homes while wearing this clothing or they're wearing it for a specific purpose (working out, etc.). I don't think you can use the "all or none" philosophy when it comes to something as generic as type of clothing.
     
  12. SeriouslySearching

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    There are vehicles which do have the front, center dome light. Most are higher end, such as the Hummer, but several trucks and suvs do as well. They come stock and are not added on later.
     
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    Making assumptions is what this is all about. I'm on the record now, so we shall see. :)
     
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    Thats what I was thinking
     
  15. dee10134

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    SS, I agree.

    Based off of the clothing style, possible goatee, and general description, I'd guess he's probably mid- to late-20s, possibly up to 32-35.

    I have a feeling that late teens may be too young. The baby shoe is throwing me off.

    If I had to, I'd guesstimate his age to be between 22 and 28.
     
  16. SeriouslySearching

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    We have to take into account it could be a Hispanic male as easily as it could be a caucasion or even a Native American. I would think DNA could help determine this, couldn't it? They are now using DNA to determine heritage taking people back to their roots in Europe and other places.
     
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    Like I said, the baby shoe could belong to a sibling instead of his child. The truck or suv could be owned by the parents of the perp.
     
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    Don't they have the guy on casino security video or was that Ian?

    Could "Ian" and the perp actually be the same person?
     
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    Fox just said the suspect might be slightly overweight. I had not heard that before. I thought he was average, yet strong?
     
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    It was stated last night on NG that the perp had a "belly roll" when he was sitting, but it went away when he stood up. I think this could indicate the perp did not regularly work out.
     
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