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FBI Apprehends Suspect in Rio Casino Robbery



FBI Apprehends Suspect in Rio Casino Robbery

online pokies free spinsFBI apprehends suspect in Rio casino robbery In February 2011, the Rio Casino in Vegas was robbed. An unknown man wearing a wig, hat and false mustache walked up to the Pai Gow table and took $33,200 worth of chips at gunpoint. Very soon the police tracked down the participants in the crime, but one of them managed to escape for almost 10 years. The Los Angeles FBI recently reported that the robbery suspect, Steven Gao, has been apprehended and is at their headquarters awaiting extradition to Las Vegas. A total of three people were involved in the crime. Steven Gao was the protagonist.online pokies free spins He was the one who pulled the gun and took the chips from the casino. Edward Land brought him to the Rio Casino, and Hiroyuki Yamaguchi took him from there after the robbery. This trio very ineptly pulled off the job and left a large amount of evidence behind. It's also surprising that the main perpetrator managed to hide for so long. According to the services, he was hiding in China, where he left after the robbery. On this topic Casinos will give out universal antimicrobial keys to guests Yamaguchi worked as a cab driver, which was used in the crime. Shortly before picking up his accomplice, he was recorded taping the camera in his cab. He then picks up Gao and forgetting that the camera was recording sound, they began discussing how the case went. In the cab, Gao regretfully stated that he had dropped a $10,000 chip and asked to hide the gun, stating that there was no ammunition. Gao got out of the cab at another casino, Terrible's, where he met a third participant, Edward Land. Footage was found of Gao handing a black bag to an accomplice at Terrible's, noting that he had chips in it and that he had won and could now pay him back the $15,000 he owed. Yamaguchi's taxicab finds a gun and $1,000 worth of Rio chips. Edward Land got $17,000 in stolen chips that had been buried in the lot of his house. Plus a wig was found in his house.

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