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Pickering Casino Dealer and Players Charged in Cheating Scandal
Four individuals, including a casino games dealer, are now facing multiple charges as a result of an alleged cheating scheme that took place at the Pickering Casino Resort. Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) launched an investigation after receiving information on August 3, suggesting collusion between the dealer and patrons.
Collaborative Effort Leads to Arrests
Working in collaboration with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, OPP apprehended the four suspects involved in the alleged cheating scandal. Among those charged are Sandeep Sogi, 24, from Scarborough, who faces charges of criminal breach of trust, cheat at play, and fraud over $5,000. Sukhvir Singh, 28, of Mississauga, Deepak Kakkar, 30, and Anchhu Kumar, 24, both residents of Brampton, have been charged with similar counts, including possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000.
Ongoing Investigation and Legal Proceedings
All accused individuals have been released from custody pending their court appearances in Oshawa. The OPP has stated that the investigation is still ongoing, indicating that further developments may arise. Anyone with relevant information is urged to reach out to the OPP Investigation and Enforcement Bureau at 289-923-7345.