In Rhode Island, a man was reportedly arrested and charged with having run an illegal plan that resulted in fake slot machine coupons being used in the small state’s Tiverton Casino Hotel.
According to a Friday report, Joseph Clement is said to have received $ 25 worth of Massachusetts coupons near Plainridge Park Casino through the post office before swapping them for use at the Tiverton Casino Hotel. The 49-year-old sold or sold these fake mailers to at least 25 people, who subsequently used them to enjoy slot sessions worth up to $ 500.
The Rhode Island police detective, Brendan Doyle, used a three-page narrative submitted to the Newport Superior Court to explain that Clement was successful in faking 500 US dollars worth of counterfeit letters at the Tiverton Casino Hotel on October 22 and 29 redeemed before giving a third on December 3rd. Doyle said the Rhode Island State Police had used surveillance cameras in Tiverton the same day to observe Clement and an unidentified player who successfully redeemed a $ 500 coupon by charging the amount to the woman’s loyalty card.
The Newport Daily News reported that Clement was arrested by the Rhode Island State Police on December 17 while in the facility operated by Twin River Worldwide Holdings Incorporated. Law enforcement officials said they had also confiscated 22 fake coupons and then consulted a US postal inspector to see if the original senders had been sent to Clement’s home in Merrimac, Massachusetts.
The newspaper reported that Clement was later released on bail of $ 10,000 before being indicted on February 28 before the Newport Supreme Court. His felonies allegedly include several cases of counterfeiting and counterfeiting, as well as allegations of conspiracy, fraud and the call of others to commit a crime.
Clement has been innocent of all charges and is expected to hold his first court hearing in Newport Superior Country Judge Brian Van Couyghen on June 6.
According to reports, Doyle’s tale is …
A criminal investigation revealed that Mr. Clement has a criminal history that includes charges such as assault, assault, unauthorized access to a computer system, intimidation, rape of a child, disorder, property destruction, and operations under influence. “
In the past two weeks, some of them were arrested after using Clement’s services. They did not argue for buying real estate worth less than $ 1,500 under false pretenses. It was stated that these allegations resulted in defendants being put on probation for one year, $ 1,500 paid to the National Violent Injury Compensation Fund, and Tiverton and Twin River Casino Hotel, both of which are run by Twin were abused River Worldwide Holdings Incorporated.