Gambler Robbed of $100K in Las Vegas Strip Casino

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Gambler Robbed of $100K in Las Vegas Strip Casino
17 May

A Las Vegas police report has revealed that a man was robbed of $103,000 in cash from his Strip hotel room by a suspected prostitute. Savannah Cisneros was later arrested on the charge of grand larceny of an amount exceeding $100K.

According to the report, on April 9, the victim reported that a woman had stolen his black duffel bag containing the cash he had won from gambling at the MGM Grand Casino.

Cisneros and the unnamed gambler exchanged phone numbers and later arranged to meet up in a resort bar. The pair then booked a room at the nearby Tropicana resort.

The report stated that once they got inside the room, the gambler attempted to hide the duffel bag. He then raised suspicion with Cisneros after telling her he was going down to his car and taking the bag with him.

Cisneros claimed to be offended at the clear lack of trust, leading the victim to stay in the room. Later, while he was in the shower, he heard his duffel bag being moved, and when he came out, he found Cisneros and the duffel bag gone.

It was revealed that Cisneros had multiple prior convictions, including being forcibly removed from many different casinos in the city.

Cisneros posted bail and is expected to appear in Las Vegas Justice Court on June 1 for a status check.

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Mark from London in the UK is a professional cash game player, and part time journalist. A massive chess fan and perpetual traveller.Read more


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