Four Florida casino arcade sites are being investigated for crimes

Four Florida casino arcade sites are being investigated for crimes

There are at least four casino arcades in Florida that have been robbed. The incidents are thought to have taken place in the middle of this week. Thousands of dollars were stolen.

Two masked men robbed an employee at the White Sands Arcade in Cape Coral. WINK, a local TV station, reported that it was not known how much money the bandits stole before fleeing.

There was a robbery at the Lucky Turtle arcade. WINK said that an armed suspect put a gun to an employee’s head. She was told to open the safe and give the money to someone. It was not known how much money was taken.

Two men stole between $10,000 and $20,000 from The Vegas Experience on Wednesday night. It is a gaming place.

WBBH reported that the two men were playing games at the property for four hours. They stole the money when they opened the lock box near the gaming machine. It was in coins.

WINK said there was an attempted robbery at the Arcade Black Horse this week. One of the suspects had a gun. The suspects didn’t get any money before they left the venue.

There is a problem with theft at casinos and arcades. A man is accused of robbing a woman at a Las Vegas casino.

The winning player won about $30,000. Samuel Schmid, who is now facing charges, is accused of grabbing her pocketbook and fleeing the gaming venue.

Gibellina was killed by the suspect’s SUV after she drove away.

The Clark County Coroner’s office ruled that she died from blunt force injuries. The winning player was injured during the robbery.

He is charged with open murder, robbery, and conspiracy. He was being held in the Clark County Detention Center.

The second suspect in the crime was arrested in May. A 54-year-old man was charged with open murder, robbery, and conspiracy.

He looked at the players in the casino and relayed the victim’s description to Schmid. He was being held in the Clark County Detention Center.