3 Men Accused Of Stealing $40,000 From Man Who Had Just

A 31-year-old employee of Hollywood Casino Columbus is accused of supplying her fiancé with $5,000 in free-play cards that he used to win an estimated $4,700 at the casino's slot machines. Three Columbus men are being charged with stealing $40,000 from a man who won the money at the Hollywood Casino Columbus. The first Hollywood Casino Columbus employee accused of cheating the casino pleaded guilty yesterday to a felony charge of attempted theft. Dawn Jenkinson, 31, of Binns Boulevard on the West Side Investigators also found that he had lost $739 on Dec. 2, 2017, at Hollywood Casino in Columbus. Reader told investigators he was concerned about saving his marriage. His wife, Ramona, was Back on October 21, 2012, Hayes was the victim of a robbery after he won $35,800 at the Hollywood Casino in Columbus. Two defendants from that case, Ronald Jones and Ryan Bundy, both pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated burglary with a gun specification and were both sentenced to ten years in prison. With regard to the Diamond Cellar theft, O’Brien said “This was a trusted employee The Commission has accepted a settlement agreement with Hollywood Casino Columbus regarding violations involving the operation of table games and the storage of table game cards. The agreement includes a $95,000 fine. The Commission’s Regulatory Compliance Division discovered Hollywood Columbus operated table games in a manner inconsistent with Commission‐approved game rules and failed to

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