June 3, 1979, Wayne Bruce Watson was arrested for swindling and
cheating while playing Craps at the Resorts International Casino.
Specifically, he was charged with five instances of swindling and
cheating while playing the game of Craps. Mr. Watson won approximately
$50 as a result of his illegal wagers. On February 6, 1980, Mr.
Watson entered a plea of guilty to two counts of swindling and cheating
at casino gaming. This plea was entered in the Superior Court of
Atlantic County and Mr. Watson received a $150 fine on each of the
counts to which he pled guilty. He was ordered to make restitution
to the Resorts International Casino in the amount of $40 and he
executed a Waiver Form, wherein he waived his right to contest the
placement of his name upon a list of persons to be excluded from
licensed casino establishments within the State of New Jersey.
Wayne Bruce Watson is not known to have any previous criminal record.
On June 3, 1979, his illegal activities were recorded on video tape.
He made a total of five illegal wagers while playing the game of
Craps at the Resorts International Casino. Mr. Watson had been warned
on several occasions by casino personnel that his betting practices
were illegal. At the time of his arrest, Mr. Watson was in possession
of a controlled dangerous substance, to wit, marijuana under
the amount of twenty-five grams. He refused to cooperate with law
enforcement authorities at the time of his arrest. The complaint
against Mr. Watson for possession of a controlled dangerous substance, to wit, marijuana, under the amount of twenty-five grams
was dismissed on February 6, 1980.