The man who is accused of robbing a cashier’s cage at Resorts World Las Vegas appeared in court on Thursday. He was sentenced for a cage robbery at The Venetian Las Vegas in 2020. The cashier at Resorts World received a note from Zubaid Al Jarmi.
The Resorts World Las Vegas Accused Robber was on parole for a similar robbery
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The man who is accused of robbing a cashier’s cage at Resorts World Las Vegas appeared in court on Thursday. He had been sentenced for a cage robbery at The Venetian in 2020.
KLAS, a local TV station, reported that the suspect in the Resorts World robbery is a 25-year-old man named Zubaid Al Jarmi.
The cashier at the high-limit cage was handed a note by Al Jarmi. He received an amount of money from the cashier. He took a taxi to leave the casino.
The cashier was crying and shaking after the theft, according to a post on Vital Vegas. More information about the robbery has not been released.
3000 South Las Vegas Boulevard is where the Resorts World is located. The integrated resort was opened in June of 2021.
The details of the robbery prior to it
Two years ago, a casino robbery took place at The Venetian Las Vegas. Al Jarmi is facing a violation of parole charge as a result of the latest charges.
The cashier at the cage at The Venetian received a note from Al Jarmi in 2020.
Al Jarmi fled the casino after he was given money. He drove away from the casino after leaving his vehicle in the garage.
Even though his face was covered with a scarf and sunglasses, he was still seen in the video. He was taken into custody later.
Two years ago, he told police that he was a ride-share driver and poker player. He no longer had a job. He stated at the time that he was seeking asylum in the US.
If he violated the terms of the suspension, he would stay out of jail.
The gold coast has a lot of theft
A bandit robbed a cashier’s cage at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino on Wednesday afternoon. Initial reports didn’t reveal how much money was taken, but Vital Vegas later reported the amount stolen was around $30K.
As of Wednesday evening, the suspect hadn’t been captured. It was not clear if the person was armed with a weapon.
About a mile from the Las Vegas Strip, the casino is located at 4000 West Flamingo Road. The Gold Coast Hotel and Casino is owned and operated by a gaming company.