The victim was first reported missing on Wednesday, Oct.4 and was found Friday evening with Apell in a motel in Bluefield.According to the criminal complaint, Apell and the victim met on the online dating website OKCupid and had been talking for several months.
Apell is being held in the Southern Regional Jail on a $100,000 bond. Deputies said the Swedish Embassy is also involved.
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At the time the alleged sexual harassment occurred, La Fiesta did not have a sexual harassment policy or employee complaint procedures in effect.
The EEOC's complaint further charged that after Dudeck complained to La Fiesta's general manager about the harassment, the company reduced Dudeck's scheduled hours.
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If he is found guilty, he will not be allowed back into the U. UPDATE 11/2/2017 @ AMA man from Sweden who flew to the U. to meet a 12-year-old girl in Bluefield could be deported.
Simon Apell traveled to the United States to meet the young girl with whom he formed an online relationship.
A search warrant was issued for Apell's home in Sweden.
According to George Sitler, Mercer County Prosecutor, if the Swedish government finds enough evidence to convict Apell, he could be deported."What we anticipate is he will enter a plea to a felony charge here.
- A Bluefield, Va., restaurant violated federal law by subjecting a female employee to a sexually hostile work environment and retaliating against her by reducing her hours, the U. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit filed September 29, 2017.