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No more fears of being picked up as a runaway, she told family and friends. No more worries about overbearing child welfare workers. The pretty brunette said she would have her own life. She would get an apartment, a job, her equivalency diploma. But that was before she encountered year-old Gabriel Yates and year-old Anne Osburn, a couple who met in Texas and moved to a low-rent apartment behind the MGM Grand.
Accused of beating Nichole, choking her to death and burying her body in a shallow desert grave, Yates and Osburn are scheduled for a preliminary hearing Wednesday morning in Las Vegas Justice Court. They are charged with kidnapping and murder. Her father and stepmother declined requests for comment. Antwiler and Yegge got married and had another. The family bounced from Oklahoma to Germany to various parts of California.
By they were divorced. Paul Yegge won custody of Nichole and her younger sister, and remarried. In MayAdrienne Yegge gained visitation rights, contingent on her passing regular drug tests. Two months later, she died at 37 from cardiac arrest related to congestive heart failure. She said that her father had molested her on three different occasions that year, including once during a family trip to Kansas.
When detectives interviewed Paul Yegge, he denied molesting Nichole. But he admitted to cuddling in the same bed with her during the Kansas vacation and said he might have grabbed her breast. In Julyshe ed Boys Town, a unique setting in which she lived with five other girls and a specially trained married couple.
And Nichole, who according to her grandmother suffered from bipolar disorder, did see success while at the center. Friend Kaitlin Lupiani, 17, recalled a time in the spring when she was at the Meadows Mall with Nichole. In mid-April, Nichole ran away from Boys Town and stopped going to school. She ed another foster family and ended up running away from there, too.
Inyear-old Gabriel Wayne Yates arrived from Nebraska to visit his grandmother in the small Florida beach town where she lived. On a warm September night, Yates met up with two gang members who were enlisting a year-old boy. During a brutal gang initiation, the boy was severely beaten and eventually drowned. His body was found floating in the Gulf of Mexico the next day. Two years after the crime, Florida prosecutors tried to pin the death on Yates. He was suddenly, though honorably, discharged from the Army and arrested the same day.
He pleaded not guilty to a first-degree murder charge, and a jury acquitted him after hearing conflicting testimony and inconclusive evidence. Stevens had tried everything to get her young son on the right track, she said.
From the beginning, he was filled with rage. He would scream until he was just hyperventilated and purple. After he was suddenly discharged, and then acquitted on the murder charge, Yates disappeared. He had a habit of doing that, his mother said.
In Texas, he married, had two children and divorced. After a smattering of odd jobs, he created an insurance company in the east Texas city of Tyler. The company, Gabriel W. He bought a house and enrolled his children in private school. His mother thought he was on the right track. Then inhe suffered a head injury in a motorcycle accident and, she said, stopped remembering things.
He stopped calling people back. Again, he dropped off the map. The last time Stevens saw her son was over Easter weekend, when he drove up to Nebraska with a year-old woman he had met in Texas and taken with him to Las Vegas. Eric, who agreed to an interview on the condition his last name not be used, met Nichole in May, while he was working the graveyard shift at a convenience store on Boulder Highway.
The year-old said Nichole wanted to use the phone after claiming to have walked more than 20 miles across town from where her boyfriend had dropped her off. He went aboveboard to help her. One was that she was kidnapped, taken to Mexico, and forced into prostitution before Yates and Osburn rescued her and brought her back to Las Vegas, he said. The other was that the couple had taken advantage of her and then felt guilty, so they were letting her stay at their apartment for free. What police said is that Nichole was being put up for prostitution by Yates on Craigslist, the free classified advertising Web site.
The source had said that Osburn told her she had killed Nichole, and that after the teen was dead, she and Yates removed her teeth and cut off the tattoo of a fairy she had on her hip to disguise her identity.
Then they stuffed her into a hockey bag and buried the body in the desert. On Aug. The next day, detectives saw him drive out to a desert area near the Snow Mountain Golf Course, off U. Highway 95 near Kyle Canyon Road, and sit in his car for a few minutes before leaving. Police believe the couple killed the teen when she threatened to go to police after they hit her.
Osburn refused to talk to police, and her publicly appointed attorney said she plans to plead not guilty. Stevens said her son had been undergoing a psychological evaluation. Both Eric and Kaitlin expressed that they should have done more to help her. Review-Journal reporter Brian Haynes contributed to this report. Contact reporter Lawrence Mower at lmower reviewjournal.
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