Stanley Marsh 3, a millionaire artist best known for his "Cadillac Ranch" art display on an interstate in the Texas Panhandle, recently settled lawsuits filed by 10 teenagers who claimed he paid them to perform sex acts. The boys reportedly claimed that Marsh 3 gave them cash, alcohol, drugs and on one occasion, two BMWs, to perform sex acts with him during meetings at his office
Earlier this week, Marcos DeLuna, a 57-year-old Mexican citizen whose prison time was shortened because he did not receive a speedy trial in a child molestation case against him, was ordered back to Dallas to have his charges dismissed. Also on the docket was his immigration status.
Last Thursday, four men, including 58-year-old Duncanville City Councilman Scott Cannon, were arrested at King Spa on Royal Lane on charges of indecent exposure. The offense, a class B misdemeanor, is charged when a person is believed to have exposed any part of his or her anus or genitals with the intention of arousing or gratifying another's sexual desire, acting recklessly as to whether anybody else may be present who may be offended or alarmed by the act.
In a previous post, we wrote about a self-proclaimed "church" near Webb Chapel Road and Northwest Highway in Dallas by the name of Darkside, against which the city of Dallas had filed a nuisance lawsuit. That suit came after police investigation revealed that the property had been used as dance club, in violation of land-use restrictions. Youth apparently gathered after hours at the location to dance, blare techno music, engage in sex acts, and exchange illegal drugs.
On Wednesday, the city of Dallas filed a nuisance lawsuit against DarkSide After Hours, a self-proclaimed church near Webb Chapel Road and Northwest Highway, which has allegedly been used for after-hours parties in violation of land-use restrictions. Darkside has apparently been at its current location since last September and has a Facebook page that advertises themed parties which usually run from 10 at night to 7 in the morning.