A former Valley Forge Casino Resort patron, who was said to have been permanently evicted from its King of Prussia premises, showed up there Thursday. He was cited for trespassing.
Valley Forge casino officials earlier banned a Philadelphia resident from the property. He returned anyway, in late August and again on Wednesday, resulting in two citations from state police.
Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday they are looking into an allegedly counterfeit $20 bill tendered at a Valley Forge casino cage. They identified a Maryland woman as a possible suspect.
A former Valley Forge Casino Resort patron, who was reported to have been permanently evicted last September from its King of Prussia premises, showed up there Friday. He was cited for trespassing.
A backpack containing suspected drugs got left behind near a slot machine on the floor of the Valley Forge Casino Resort. Pennsylvania State Police located its owner and took her into custody.
State police arrested a Gilbertsville resident for trespass at the Valley Forge Casino Resort, because he had been permanently evicted from the property back in 2015. Also, in a separate and unrelated report, troopers are investigating a theft.
A man identified by Pennsylvania State Police as a Reading resident was detained Saturday for allegedly removing chips from a Valley Forge blackjack table after he lost. The incident is under investigation.
Valley Forge Casino Resort, which brought in the state's fourth-highest gambling revenues during March, on Monday launched a new online gaming website named for the famous Las Vegas Stardust resort.