Watertown, South Dakota – A Blackjack dealer scams Dakota Sioux Casino out of $10,000


Posted on the 30th of May 2017

Watertown, South Dakota – A Blackjack dealer scams Dakota Sioux Casino out of $10,000

According to the Aberdeen News, a former Blackjack dealer by the name of Jeremy K. Brown, 42, who worked at Dakota Sioux Casino has pleaded guilty in federal court this month to a felony conspiracy charge. The alleged theft took place between 31 December 2015, and 1 January 2016. Three other persons have also been charged for their alleged involvement in the theft. According to investigators, Brown and another Blackjack dealer, Fern F. Gill, 52, paid card player, Jordan A. Rondell, 29, on losing wagers while Lito B. Bolocon, 44, who was the pit boss knowingly allowed the payouts. Brown, Gill and Bolocon have been accused of receiving a portion of the money. Rondell, Gill and Bolocon have pleaded not guilty to felony conspiracy and felony theft by an employee of a gaming establishment on Indian land and aiding and abetting. They will go to trial in federal court on the 24th of July.

Dakota Sioux Casino & Hotel is located at 16415 Sioux Conifer Rd, Watertown, SD 57201.

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