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.
Valley Forge Casino Resort brought in $50.9 million in gambling revenue during January 2022, a more than 34-percent increase over the same month last year. It also topped all licensed facilities in the month's sports betting revenue.
An oxycodone pill lost, and found. A special jacket left behind, and taken away. Paper towel dispensers on the wall, and then not. All occurred within only eight days, state police at the Valley Forge Casino Resort said Monday.
A security guard was struck on the arm during early morning hours Sunday during his involvement in an incident with a patron at the Valley Forge Casino Resort. The patron faces a harassment charge.
Valley Forge Casino Resort guards asked an allegedly intoxicated man to leave its premises. He did, thanks to a ride-sharing service. Then he came back, and was met by Pennsylvania State Police.
A Norristown man wanted in Berks County on an outstanding arrest warrant was taken into custody by Pennsylvania state police while he visited the Valley Forge Casino Resort, they said.