For the latest Warrant Wednesday, the Clark County District Attorney's Office is looking for a man who pleaded guilty to kidnapping-related charges.
"It's Mr. Ricardo Lopez-Diaz and I would consider him dangerous because of what he did," said District Attorney Steve Wolfson of the wanted 32-year-old.
Wolfson told 13 Action News that Lopez-Diaz was involved in the abduction of a 20-year-old woman.
"Then he took her back to his apartment where he kept her for a couple of days, didn't feed her, bound her hands, so it was pretty serious," Wolfson said.
According to court documents, Lopez-Diaz pleaded guilty to coercion, which is a lesser form of kidnapping but still a felony.
He could have potentially escaped jail time had he shown up for sentencing.
"The settlement called for him to receive probation as I recall from the guilty plea agreement. So that's the irony," Wolfson said. "If he would have appeared in court, there's a chance he would've gotten probation. Now that he has failed to appear, the deal's off and he's looking at a prison sentence."
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.