September 5, 1979, Leon Louis Hammer was arrested for Impersonating
a Public Servant, a Casino Control Commission Inspector. Specifically,
while at the Boardwalk Regency Casino, Mr. Hammer presented himself
to a Security Officer of the Boardwalk Regency Casino and attempted
to gain an access badge for the casino. He advised the Security
Officer that he was working for the Casino Control Commission. Mr.
Hammer was issued an access badge but there is no indication that
he attempted to gain or did gain anything of value while he was
using this badge. On February 4, 1980, Mr. Hammer pled guilty in
Atlantic County Municipal Court to the Disorderly Persons Offense
of Impersonating a Public Servant. He was sentenced to thirty days
in the Atlantic City Jail, the imposition of which was suspended
and he was placed on probation for one year. He was fined $100,
this fine also being suspended. He was also fined court costs of
$15. Mr. Hammer is not known to have any prior criminal arrests.