February 3, 1979, Mr. Jancik was arrested for three instances of
swindling and cheating at casino gaming. Specifically, on three
occasions he past-posted illegal wagers at the game of blackjack,
each in the amount of $50. On October 15, 1979, Mr. Jancik pled
guilty to committing larceny under the amount of $200 by swindling
and cheating at casino gaming. On the same date, he was sentenced
in Atlantic County, New Jersey and received a fine of $250 with
an order to make restitution to the Resorts International Casino
in the amount of $150. He further executed a Waiver Form, waiving
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.
Mr. Jancik, Jr. is not known to have a previous criminal record.
On February 3, 1979, he illegally gained a total of $150 while swindling
and cheating at casino gaming in the Resorts International Casino.
Mr. Jancik was playing the game of blackjack when he committed his
illegal activities. He was warned on several occasions that he was
cheating. Mr. Jancik, Jr. is deaf and mute and his warnings were
written to him by casino personnel. He had made several previous
efforts to swindle and cheat at casino gaming prior to his warnings
by casino personnel. Mr. Jancik acknowledged through an interpreter
that it was in his better interest to be barred from casino establishments
within the State of New Jersey.