State police report on criminal activity at Harrah’s casino in Chester:
Disorderly conduct: Trooper was requested in reference to an intoxicated patron who refused to leave the casino property at 9:05 p.m. The patron later identified as Timothy Fletcher, 33, of Philadelphia was acting irate and violent and refused to leave the casino when told to do so. He then approached a trooper and got within inches of the person’s face in a violent, threatening manner, leading the trooper to believe he was going to throw a punch. Fletcher was then taken down to the ground and detained. While in custody Fletcher threatened to track down, shoot and kill the trooper.
Criminal Mischief: Casino contacted a trooper regarding damage to slot machine. The patron was identified, and restitution of $1,259 was paid in full. The patron was not evicted, and the casino refused to co-operate further.
Theft: A suspect stole a gaming voucher valued at $254 and proceeded to cash it out. The suspect was identified and paid the victim, a 27-year-old female from Morrisville, in full. The victim refused to cooperate further.
Vandalism: Casino employees discovered damage to a “Wheel of Fortune” slot machine on the main floor. Surveillance video determined a 50-60 year-old white male with grey hair wearing a pink polo shirt and dark pants punched the glass at about 5 a.m. then departed the casino in a 2000s blue Chevrolet Tahoe.
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