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Casino Blackjack Dealer Admits to Stealing 10 Thousand Dollars
- May 29, 2017 By Samantha A. -
A blackjack dealer from South Dakota has plead guilty to stealing 10 thousand dollars from casino he was previously employed at.
Plea of Guilty by Jeremy Brown
A casino Blackjack dealer, Jeremy Brown has plead guilty in a federal court this current month of May to a charge of felony conspiracy. The court documents allege that Jeremy Brown along with three other people worked together in order to steal money from the Dakota Sioux Casino that is located near Watertown in the months of December of 2015 and January of 2016.
Jeremy was also charged with a second charge of theft by an employee of a gaming establishment on Indian Land and the charge of aiding and abetting were both dismissed. He will ultimately end up paying a restitution in the amount of 2 thousand dollars according to his plea bargain agreement.
Others Plead Not Guilty
The other three who were found to be involved Fern Gillhave, Lito Bolocon, and Jordon Rondell have all plead not guilty to the charges of felony conspiracy as well as the felony theft by an employee of a gaming establishment on Indian land and aiding and abetting. They will be going to trial in the federal court system located in Aberdeen in the month of July of 2017.
Employees of the Casino
Both Gill and Brown were blackjack dealers at the Dakota Sioux Casino, the pit boss who was in charge of supervising the blackjack table game area was Bolocon, and Rondell came in as the card player, according to the court documents. Gill as well as Brown the card dealers allegedly paid Rondell the card player for hands that he did not actually win. Since Bolocon was the pit boss, he has been accused of knowingly allowing this to happen.
Bolocon as well as Gill have been accused of receiving a portion of these alleged payments, and they were all indicted in the month of February.
Jeremy Brown has been scheduled to be sentenced in the month of August of 2017.