Crazed Woman Climbs Craps Table, Throws Chips at Players: Arrested

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Woman Seen in Viral Video Climbing Craps Table Arrested

A woman seen in a viral video climbing on a craps table and throwing chips at people has been arrested on four counts of battery, according to the Reno Police Department.


Rebecca Castillo, 63, was taken into custody on Saturday. The incident occurred at the Silver Legacy Casino in Reno just after 5 p.m., police said.

Videos of the incident — one of which has amassed nearly 200,000 views on TikTok — appear to show the woman continuing to throw chips from the table even after a casino staff member and a security guard intervene.

Police have released no information about the victims or about what prompted the woman to get up on the table.  Source: Las Vegas Review Journal

Aria Vegas Computers Crash as Attendees Begin Checking in for Fraud Conference

Late Sunday we reported on how the Aria Vegas Hotel and Casino computers crashed, resulting in a long line wrapping throughout the lobby at check-in.  This appears early on to have been nothing more than a computer glitch, however, some of those checking in had to be second guessing as the establishment on Monday is set to hold an event on fraud prevention of all things.

This was the announcement for Monday's event:

Where: The Lobby Bar at the Aria Hotel

Attending ACFE in Las Vegas, NV? Thomson Reuters is hosting an invitation-only event and would love for you to join us.

To enter: Stop by our Booth #113 to pick up your entry card.

We'd love for you to join us:

    An exclusive event: Thomson Reuters Risk and Fraud division is hosting an invite-only, exclusive Happy Hour event.

    Hors D'oruvres and Drinks: Delight in an array of fine drinks and hearty hors d'oeuvres, each signature piece crafted with you in mind.

    Meaningful Conversations: Connecting with our team will provide you with engaging conversations and impactful connections.


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