Former Casino Employee Involved in Cheating Scheme Pleads Guilty

A former craps dealer at the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati who facilitated cheating by a known felon recently plead guilty for his involvement in the scam. Gemini Isham admitted to adding chips to the bets of Keith Washington. Investigators uncovered more than 150 instances of cheating, resulting in a loss of more than $96,000.

Isham will be sentenced later this year. Washington also plead guilty to a casino gaming offense and was sentenced to probation and restitution.

Read more in the Cincinnati Enquirer.



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