Dario Extra: 5Dimes Owner Body Buried on Farm

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jan/22/2019

Dario Extra is reporting that Sean "Tony" Creighton, the owner of 5Dimes Sportsbook in Costa Rica is presumed dead.


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While the paper previously reported Creighton's body had been found back in October, this story would later prove to be false after corroner's in the San Jose, Costa Rica confirmed that no body matching that of Creighton's had been brought to them.

Gambling911.com has not yet been able to independently confirm the Dario Extra report.

That paper claims that a security guard arrested among a dozen other individuals two weeks ago helped bury the body.

Creighton of Bridgeport, West Virginia, was first reported kidnapped in late September.  A ransom of $1 million.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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