Can You Be Arrested for Leaving the Casino with Chips in

Man busted after stealing $17,000 in casino chips BY Erik Gibbs ON November 29, 2019. TAGs: Arkansas, theft. The temptation of being able to walk away with $17,000 in casino chips from the Oaklawn OLYMPIA, Wash. – Gambling Commission agents arrested a man for stealing more than $14,000 in chips from a Lakewood casino and then trying to cash them in. On Dec. 18, 2019, the suspect pried open a chip tray on a closed gaming table at Macau Casino in Lakewood. He stole $14,050 in gaming chips from the tray and placed them in his pockets. The suspect then attempted to cash in Casino employees around the world have tried stealing casino chips, and it never works. A now-former employee of The Star Casino in Sydney discovered this the hard way and now awaits his sentence in late February. The (Failed) Attempt. His name is Justin Ly, and he is 23 years old. When he worked as a casino gaming supervisor at The Star in Sydney, he devised a plan with a 25-year-old casino Figure this: Bob goes into a casino and goes to the table or slot machine closest to the exit door, he quickly scoops up hundreds or thousands of those people's chips, and bolts out the door while laughing like Woody Woodpecker. A week later, Bob's friend John returns with the stolen chips, but not the exact amount that was stolen because that would look suspicious. PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. — A man suspected of stealing more than $14,000 in gaming chips from a Lakewood casino was arrested. Arkansas Blackjack Player Allegedly Stole $17,000 Worth of Chips from Oaklawn Casino. Posted on: November 28, 2019, 03:22h. Last updated on: November 28, 2019, 09:09h. A mainland woman was arrested on Monday for stealing her friend’s casino cash chips worth HK$37,000 from his hotel guest room in October last year, Judiciary Police (PJ) spokesman Lai Chio Hong said at a special press conference on Tuesday. The 36-year-old jobless suspect is surnamed Tang. According to Lai, a male mainlander reported to the police in the wee hours on October 22 last year As to why Carlos, a former Department of Finance tax specialist, decided to steal casino chips, remains a question. Gaming security analyst Shaun Mccamley said it was “highly unusual” for a person to go after chips in a casino since these chips have no value elsewhere. “To steal chips from a casino is just not really heard of very often… It’s highly unusual for someone to come in and Figure this: Bob goes into a casino and goes to the table or slot machine closest to the exit door, he quickly scoops up hundreds or thousands of those people's chips, and bolts out the door while laughing like Woody Woodpecker. A week later, Bob's friend John returns with the stolen chips, but not the exact amount that was stolen because that would look suspicious. Penalties for Stealing Casino Chips. In New Jersey, the crime of theft has potentially serious penalties based on how you took the chips and how much they were worth. New Jersey ranks its crimes as “disorderly persons offenses” for misdemeanors and first through fourth degree “indictable crimes” for felonies. These carry different prison sentences and fines depending on the level of

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