LAS VEGAS (AP) — State gaming officials and two Las Vegas casinos have settled a complaint about a $5,000 payout that was missing a paper trail.
The Las Vegas Sun reports that the owners of Golden Gate casino and sister casino D Las Vegas announced Friday they have agreed to pay a $250,000 fine for improperly documenting customer payouts.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board filed a complaint against them Tuesday.
Officials say Golden Gate casino never recorded the payout transaction on its books in January 2015.
D Las Vegas is accused of providing $25,000 credit to a different customer without checking that person’s credit.
Majority owner Derek Stevens says both incidents were honest mistakes.
He says staff failed to file the appropriate paperwork when checking the D casino customer’s credit.
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