Pennsylvania State Police hope a surveillance review can help them determine who on Wednesday left behind a clear baggie containing what is believed to be drug residue at the Valley Forge Casino Resort.
A local resident at the Valley Forge Casino Resort allegedly picked up, and walked away with, a $100 bill dropped on the gaming floor, state police charged. Also, in separate and unrelated incidents, two patrons were cited for trespassing.
There's no such thing in Pennsylvania as "finders, keepers; losers, weepers." A Phoenixville man learned the lesson from state police, who contacted him about cashing a Valley Forge Casino Resort voucher that wasn't his.
A Zieglerville man, who state police claim was seen leaving the Valley Forge Casino Resort with an iPhone that did not belong to him, is being labeled as an alleged theft "suspect."
Pennsylvania State Police on duty at the Valley Forge Casino Resort issued non-traffic citations for harassment, criminal trespass and other charges in separate and unrelated incidents reported Monday.
Troopers at the Valley Forge Casino Resort investigated a Sunday claim by a female patron that she was harassed by a male guest. He was cleared of the charge following witness interviews and a review of video footage.
Temper, temper! A gambler playing slots at the Valley Forge Casino Resort apparently hit one machine so hard he cracked its screen. The repair cost? More than $1,000. Troopers are looking for him.
Public comments are being sought by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board in the process to re-license slot machine operations at the Valley Forge Casino Resort. A public hearing is planned April 27.