Former Cantor Gaming Company to Pay $16.5M in Money Launder CaseFederal authorities say the race and sports book operator formerly known as Cantor Gaming has agreed to pay $16.5 million to avoid criminal prosecution on illegal gambling and money laundering charges.
Casino Industry Discusses Anti-Money Laundering EffortsCasino industry players gathered in Las Vegas to consider ways to keep the businesses from being used to launder money.
Man Gets 10 Years In Meth Distribution CaseA 25-year-old Las Vegas man has been sentenced to more than 10 years in federal prison for having large amounts of methamphetamine that prosecutors say were bound for Hawaii.
Cantor Gaming Manager Arrested On Multiple ChargesA Nevada gambling regulator says eight Las Vegas area residents have been arrested in a New York City police investigation of illegal bookmaking and money laundering, including the sports book chief at the M Resort in Henderson.
Las Vegas Fugitive Arrested In North DakotaAuthorities in North Dakota have arrested a fugitive from Las Vegas they describe as a national leader in the "sovereign citizens" movement.
Feds Investigate Las Vegas SandsAuthorities are looking into whether Las Vegas Sands and several of its executives violated federal money-laundering laws.
Anti-Government Leader Found Guilty Of Money Laundering A federal judge in Las Vegas found a self-proclaimed rabbi, lawyer and leader of a "sovereign citizens" anti-government movement guilty in a $1.3 million money-laundering scheme.
2 Plead Guilty In Nevada Jobless Benefits Scam A federal case targeting a $4.4 million unemployment benefits scam is celebrating another victory after two more Las Vegas men pleaded guilty to mail fraud and money laundering.
Former Water Officials Face ChargesTwo former officials with the Southern Nevada Water Authority are being held in an alleged bribery and money laundering scheme.
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