DETROIT (WJBK) - Seven people have been charged in an alleged cheating scandal at one of Detroit's downtown casinos.
According to authorities, 53-year-old Darryl Green was a dealer at the MotorCity Casino in 2014 and, during that time, authorities allege he conspired to steal money from the casino involving hundreds of dollars of individual player payouts on lost bets during Texas Hold'em.
Authorities allege Green conspired with six other people to make payouts to them on losing bets or simply not collect payment on lost bets.
Authorities say the other six involved knew Green and talked with him outside of the casino prior to and after the alleged cheating. They have been identified as Eugune Davis Jr., 32, of Detroit;, Calvim Pullom, 47, of Detroit; Hayword Stampley, 57, of West Bloomfield; Leah Smith, 42, of Melvindale; Earl Railey, 65, of Detroit; and Roxanna McKinner, 49, of Farmington Hills.
Authorities say this is Railey's fourth offense and McKinney's second offense, and that these two are still currently wanted by police.
The other five are due in court March 1.