Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Trio are accused of using “dice sliding” to steal nearly $56,000 from the Baton Rouge casino


Posted on the 20th of August 2017

Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Trio are accused of using “dice sliding” to steal nearly $56,000 from the Baton Rouge casino

Louisiana State Police recently arrested Allan Arana, 35, who is accused by the Baton Rouge casino of working with two other persons; Lim R. Tan, 42, and Jaime Iglesias, 47, to steal $55,855 by playing Craps and using a cheating method known as “dice sliding” where the player slides the dice instead of throws it. According to investigators, Arana would allegedly manipulate the dice while Iglesias and Tan would allegedly make bets to increase the odds of payout. Arana was later arrested at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport on a charge of theft. Authorities are yet to find the whereabouts of Tan and Iglesias.

  • Comments Off on Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Trio are accused of using “dice sliding” to steal nearly $56,000 from the Baton Rouge casino

Comments are closed.