2009 August 06 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The North Fork Rancheria of Indians could be facing problems building its Madera County casino, which would be the state’s first off-reservation Indian casino. Las Vegas’ Station Casinos has been working with the Mono Indians on casino plans. It
NEW YORK, Aug. 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Lev L. Dassin, the Acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Joseph M. Demarest, Jr., the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation , announced today the filing of an indictment charging Douglas Rennick with bank fraud and other …
The announcement that Baltimores proposed slots casino is moving to a larger and more visible Russell Street site has met with mixed reactions, as some said the new site would be a boon to the slots facility developers while others said it wouldnt make much difference.
Federal authorities have indicted a Canadian on allegations of fostering as much as $565 million in online gambling payments. The indictment comes as the United States considers legalizing and taxing online gambling.
Three Staten Island men were among 11 people accused of running an offshore sports betting ring that raked in $13 million over 19 months, Queens prosecutors allege. James A. Rossi, 49, of Salamander Court, Charleston, a reputed Genovese organized crime…
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A Chesterfield Township man charged with fatally shooting his domestic partner and staging it to appear like a suicide, used the victim’s credit cards to gamble at a Detroit casino, police and prosecutors allege.
File under ‘online crime pays’ Federal prosecutors have accused a Canadian man of laundering more than $350m for offshore internet gambling operations to skirt US laws prohibiting payments to American citizens trying to cash out their winnings. Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn’t work
WILMINGTON, Del., Aug. 6 (UPI) — A judge in Wilmington, Del., has set a Dec. 7 trial date on a plan to use funds from sports betting to ease the state’s budget woes, the News Journal said.