Gambling Cheater May Have Worse Ahead in His Future in Way of Black Book
A Las Vegas man was caught rigging slot machines in his own favor. It appears that there may be worse charges in store for him, as he may be added to Nevada’s Black book, which bars him from entering any casinos that are located within the state. Because of his nefarious information and activities, the belief is that he has shown a clear intention to break gambling machines in his favor. The thief, Larry Keith Green will not be allowed in any gambling business moving forward.
Deputy Atty. Gen. John Michaela told the board in Las Vegas that the individual has prior convictions as well. These prior convictions include several in Nevada, as well as one in Missouri as well. He has Artie been placed on five-year probation, starting in April of 2012. He has also already been ordered by a judge not to appear in any of the casinos in the Las Vegas area.
Green Is a notorious individual that has been attempting to defraud the gaming industry for many years. Green did not appear in his hearing, but was notified of the ruling and how it was handed down. Having your name appear in the Las Vegas Black book usually is a death sentence for career gamblers, and takes quite a bit of ongoing issues to be added to the book.
Missouri actually already added his partner, Roderick W Dee II to their own excluded persons list, meaning that he cannot go to any of the gambling or gaming facilities located in the Missouri area. Missouri has also added Green’s name to the list for his 2012 offense. They were convicted and stayed in Clay County, and had used an electronic device in order to manipulate the slot machines in order to pay out money when no money had actually been one. They defrauded the state out of thousands of dollars, which quickly had their names added to the Black book. The black book currently has the names of 32 men and women, and these are the first new additions to the Black book since 2009. The black book was originally started in the 1970s in order to keep mobsters, and Mafia connected individuals who had connections to the underworld out of the casinos where they typically strong-armed their way into leadership positions.
As of late, a number of cheaters have been added to the black book for trying to defraud the casinos out of money. It will be interesting to see if these new additions to the black book can persuade other individuals to stay away from that type of fraud in the future. They have been able to put together an excellent range of different ways of dealing with individuals that try to cheat that casinos, with the black book being their most potent in the arsenal, ensuring that they stay out of casinos for the rest of their life and are not able to continue their illegal activities. The more time and effort that is put into these, the better off it will be for the industry as a whole, ensuring that no one is able to defraud the state out of hundreds of thousands of dollars as has been the case in the past.