Crime Watch Daily investigates: Would you go into a Vegas hotel room alone with a stranger you just met on a dating app?
Millions of single people are looking for a relationship using dating sites and apps.
Powers went to work on Tinder looking for local women willing to meet him in his hotel suite.
"Yesterday we got matched, started texting today, but the whole plan all along was, hey, come up to the room, we'll have a couple of drinks, then go out," said Powers. Like Vera, Hazel is shocked to find cameras waiting for her, but is fine speaking with us. " "I mean, I've done it before, not with a complete stranger, someone I've seen over Facetime, so it wasn't that big a deal," said Hazel. "Do you have a message for other girls who'd be considering doing this kind of thing? "He said he was moving here so I would never meet up with someone who was from out of town.
Doran: "What you've done is walk into a room with a complete stranger that you've never seen. Just staying for a couple of nights." Even Powers couldn't believe he'd talked Hazel into coming straight to his room.
Also in Denver, KDVR reports a man posing as a rock musician named "John" on Tinder turned out to be a thief whose real name was Kenneth David Burrell.
He allegedly robbed the home of a woman he'd met on an online blind date.
But there's a dark side to online hookups that may be putting men and women in peril.