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Huge Casino Expansion 🙌🏆🥇 Glendale Man Arrested While Gambling⚡Man gambles Covid Money Away

May 30, 2022 EasyMobileCasino.com Season 1 Episode 146
Gambling News Podcast
Huge Casino Expansion 🙌🏆🥇 Glendale Man Arrested While Gambling⚡Man gambles Covid Money Away
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In our first story this week, Gun Lake Casino in Wayland Township is up for a major expansion. On Thursday, the casino hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking for the $300 million development that will include a 15-floor hotel and a large-scale entertainment venue dubbed "The Aquadome"


The project is supposed to turn the casino into a first-class resort that will attract visitors from all over the state. When it's finished, the hotel will feature 252 guest rooms and 30 luxury suites. The Aquadome will boast palm trees and tropical flora with temperatures held at 82 degrees throughout the year. Plans also include a multi-purpose stage that will host live events for up to 2,400 people. 


The whole project is expected to be completed in March of 2025.

Next up, a Glendale man was arrested after leaving his kids in a car while gambling at the Casino Arizona in Scottsdale. Keo Bunchhor was apprehended on May 19 after the police found his 5 and 2-year-old kids locked in a vehicle in front of the casino. 


As officers approached the car, they managed to talk to the 5-year-old through the rolled-down window. The kid is sad that their father told them he was just going to get the cookie. Fortunately, a by-passer noticed the kids in the car and alerted the local authorities. After arriving at the scene, officers notified the child services and contacted the mother who came to pick up the kids. Bunchhor was taken to jail and charged with two accounts of child abuse.

In our next story, a man in Japan was arrested after gambling away most of the money intended for the local Covid-19 relief. 


The town of Abu in Yamaguchi prefecture was supposed to hand out Covid-19 subsidies to 463 low-income local households. Each family was supposed to receive $780. However, an unnamed town official mistakenly deposited all the money to the account of Sho Taguchi, an unemployed Abu resident. Rather than returning the funds, the 24-year-old spent most of the money gambling in the online casinos. 


Taguchi was arrested last week and is currently being held in jail on suspicion of computer fraud. As he allegedly refused the town's request to return the money, he's now also facing a lawsuit from the Abu authorities. 


In our last story, Minnesota State Senate is set to vote on the sports betting bill before the legislative session ends on Monday. The bill would legalize sports betting at both tribal casinos and racetracks, as well as online wagering. 


However, last week the House passed a similar bill, but without the provision legalizing betting at racetracks. If Senate is to approve the new bill, it will have to work together with the House to resolve the differences between the two legislations. The Minnesota Indian Gaming Association has made it clear that they do not support the Senate's version of the bill, or any other that would include betting at racetracks. Still, the Senate bill has strong bipartisan support and bettors are hoping that some kind of compromise can be reached. 

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In our first story this week, Gun Lake Casino in Wayland Township is up for a major expansion. On Thursday, the casino hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking for the $300 million development that will include a 15-floor hotel and a large-scale entertainment venue dubbed "The Aquadome"


The project is supposed to turn the casino into a first-class resort that will attract visitors from all over the state. When it's finished, the hotel will feature 252 guest rooms and 30 luxury suites. The Aquadome will boast palm trees and tropical flora with temperatures held at 82 degrees throughout the year. Plans also include a multi-purpose stage that will host live events for up to 2,400 people. 


The whole project is expected to be completed in March of 2025.

 

Next up, a Glendale man was arrested after leaving his kids in a car while gambling at the Casino Arizona in Scottsdale. Keo Bunchhor was apprehended on May 19 after the police found his 5 and 2-year-old kids locked in a vehicle in front of the casino. 


As officers approached the car, they managed to talk to the 5-year-old through the rolled-down window. The kid is sad that their father told them he was just going to get the cookie. Fortunately, a by-passer noticed the kids in the car and alerted the local authorities. After arriving at the scene, officers notified the child services and contacted the mother who came to pick up the kids. Bunchhor was taken to jail and charged with two accounts of child abuse.

 

In our next story, a man in Japan was arrested after gambling away most of the money intended for the local Covid-19 relief. 


The town of Abu in Yamaguchi prefecture was supposed to hand out Covid-19 subsidies to 463 low-income local households. Each family was supposed to receive $780. However, an unnamed town official mistakenly deposited all the money to the account of Sho Taguchi, an unemployed Abu resident. Rather than returning the funds, the 24-year-old spent most of the money gambling in the online casinos. 


Taguchi was arrested last week and is currently being held in jail on suspicion of computer fraud. As he allegedly refused the town's request to return the money, he's now also facing a lawsuit from the Abu authorities. 

In our last story, Minnesota State Senate is set to vote on the sports betting bill before the legislative session ends on Monday. The bill would legalize sports betting at both tribal casinos and racetracks, as well as online wagering. 


However, last week the House passed a similar bill, but without the provision legalizing betting at racetracks. If Senate is to approve the new bill, it will have to work together with the House to resolve the differences between the two legislations. The Minnesota Indian Gaming Association has made it clear that they do not support the Senate's version of the bill, or any other that would include betting at racetracks. Still, the Senate bill has strong bipartisan support and bettors are hoping that some kind of compromise can be reached. 



  
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