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25-year-old seducer to undergo pschiatric evaluation

Christina Proctor

A 25-year-old woman accused of seducing a 15-year-old boy will undergo a psychological evaluation before her preliminary hearing.

Elizabeth Ann Evans waived time for her preliminary hearing and isn’t scheduled to appear again in the Tahoe Township Justice Court until Oct. 21.

Evans was arrested Sep. 2 after Douglas County Sheriff’s investigators received a tip leading them to the alleged victim.

The boy, a Whittell High School student, told detectives that he had sex with Evans more than a month before her arrest. Evans reportedly refused to talk to investigators, but later allegedly admitted to the incident.

Evans is charged with statutory sexual seduction, a felony; two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and one count of destruction of property, all misdemeanors. The additional charges stem from an alleged sexual contact with a 16-year-old boy. In Nevada, 16 is the age of consent, so it was only charged as a misdemeanor. She is also accused of supplying alcohol to a teen-age girl.

Evans is out of jail on her own recognizance as the case progresses, but Judge Steven McMorris ordered her to stay away from the teens involved. Evans and the 15-year-old boy were living at the same apartment complex.

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