In the latest incident to affect the controversial resort, the Mohegan Sun Pocono was struck with a $70,000 fine for five separate incidents of underage gambling.
The Mohegan Sun Pocono was fined $70,000 for five separate incidents of underage gambling.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board unanimously authorized the fine within a meeting that is monthly added $2,500 in costs to the penalty.
Casino officials reacted quickly to the allegations before the judgment was made. They remodeled the facility, reducing the number of entrances from 14 to four and narrowed the width making it easier to monitor visitors comings and goings. In addition they fired four employees and retrained other workers on preventing underage gambling and consuming.
A Few Violations
The incidents happened between June and September and involved five people, including three teenagers.
One was a man that is 20-year-old played a slot machine. He eluded security on that visit but was recognized on an outing that is subsequent.
Another was a girl that is 15-year-old is at the slot machines in August. On the next day, a 20-year-old man won $200 playing roulette. The last event was in September when a 12-year-old girl and 17-year-old child were on the gaming floor with their mom.
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