A Nebraska man is in court for allegedly profiting from cash advances at a casino. Rondale King faces seven felonies for his role in a scheme in which he used forged checks and fake IDs to get cash advances at the WarHorse Casino in Lincoln. The charges include identity theft, deception, criminal possession of financial transaction devices, and possession of written forgery devices.
used a forged check and someone else’s stolen US passport to get a $3,000 cash advance
Lincoln Police Officer Nathan Wagner outlined in an affidavit regarding King’s arrest that the 43-year-old used a forged check and someone else’s stolen US passport to get a $3,000 cash advance on November 22. Police discovered that King had entered the casino using five different identifications over a number of weeks. He tried to defraud the casino each time. The WarHorse Casino lost a total of $12,000 as a result of the scheme by the middle of December.
Police arrested King on Wednesday and found Adderall pills and meth on him. His bond is $100,000. At least one other person has already received charges in this case.