Two thefts - one that Pennsylvania State Police said occurred between patrons at the Valley Forge Casino Resort, and a second that allegedly occurred between employees - were reported Wednesday by troopers.
A slot machine on the gaming floor of the Valley Forge Casino Resort was substantially damaged by a so-far unidentified suspect who struck it "forcefully," troopers said. The damage was estimated at more than $1,000.
Pennsylvania State Police, within the space of four days during late August, dealt with two new counterfeit currency incidents at the Valley Forge Casino Resort. Troopers handled similar problems in March and July.
A New Jersey man, asked to leave the Valley Forge Casino Resort for "causing a disturbance," refused to go, and allegedly resisted security guards' attempt to arrest him. One guard reportedly was kicked in the head.
Six talented performers from rock band legends like the Doobie Brothers, Boston, The Wailers, J. Geils, and others will unite Sept. 9 for a one-night-only concert at the Valley Forge Casino Resort.
Pennsylvania State Police turned three allegedly counterfeit $100 bills, discovered at the Valley Forge Casino Resort during an 11-day period, over to the U.S. Secret Service for investigation of forgery.
In a Saturday incident at the Valley Forge Casino Resort, state police said they are investigating fraud and forgery by unknown suspects. Earlier, they cited an alleged cheater at a table game.
In separate and unrelated incidents reported Thursday by state police at the Valley Forge Casino Resort, a King of Prussia woman was cited for fighting, and a Pottstown woman was charged with theft by stealth.