A executive that is former the Mohegan Sun Pocono in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania happens to be sentenced to 32 months for his part in a scheme that involved the casino’s slots and creating bogus loyalty benefits.
Casino fraudster Robert Pellegrini (seen right here in December after pleading accountable) will be dealing in dapper matches for inmate orange during a prison sentence that is 32-month. He will also need to spend near to a dollars that are half-million restitution to the casino where he once worked.
Robert Pellegrini was VP of player development for the Mohegan Sun when he and two other people concocted a scheme to bilk his employers by making use of customers’ stolen loyalty card PIN numbers to play for free, enabling the gang to keep the winnings. The operation went from May 2014 to April 2015, before Pellegrini had been busted.
It was the role of Rochelle Poszeluznyj, a cocktail waitress, to notice down players’ loyalty card PIN numbers as she served them beverages, before passing them onto Pellegrini, who would create copies of the cards which he then loaded with free slot money. Then it had been Mark Joseph Heltzel, a client who had formerly been caught cheating at blackjack but was mysteriously not banned, whom posed as a customer that is regular used the cards to play slots, splitting the winnings among the group.
The court was told the way the trio used $478,100 in free slo Continue reading