She was out of jail in half the time it takes to process people facing similar charges! Metropolitan Police Deputy Chief Jim Dixon, who runs the Clark County Detention Center, did admit that the booking process was expedited to get her a separate room and out of jail ASAP.
"Yeah, she was treated differently so I don't have a disruption of my process here at the county jail. When you bring somebody in like that, everybody comes over and tries to look at them. I'd have officers attempting to keep inmates away from her. I'd have disruptions.
She was moved along out of the general area and put in isolation where nobody can actually get to her. … As soon as (her release on her own recognizance) was pushed through, she was kicked out."
Although Jessica Murray of Bob's Bail Bonds doesn't think that Paris should have been moved along so fast.
"I could understand putting her in a separate room. But I don't understand putting her above everyone else," added Murray. "If you're alleged to commit a crime, you get treated like everybody else."
Paris will appear before Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Joe Bonaventure on October 27th and we'll see if she gets special treatment then.
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