Norwich woman charged with stealing from Foxwoods slots
By GREG SMITH
Posted Apr 21, 2010 @ 01:52 PM
Mashantucket, Conn. —
State police have arrested a Norwich woman suspected of using a technician’s card to play free at MGM Grand casino slot machines.
Rosario Guzman, 47, of 99 Cedar St., Norwich, was charged with fourth-degree larceny at the outcome of an investigation by the state police casino unit and Foxwoods Office of the Inspector General, Surveillance and Gaming Services.
Police said during routine testing of slot machines it was determined Guzman had been using a duplicate MGM slot technician’s card during numerous visits between August and September.
The card allowed her to play for free, police said. Guzman is due to appear today in New London Superior Court.
Copyright 2010 Norwich Bulletin.
EDITORIAL FOOTNOTE: The Accused is considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.