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Ex-Atlantic City security guard admits robbing casino after he was fired

Discussion in 'CASINO NEWS' started by Sookie, Aug 24, 2016.

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    TRENTON — A former security guard at Caesars has pleaded guilty to committing an armed robbery at the Atlantic City casino shortly after he was fired in 2014 — a caper that netted a loot worth more than $180,000 and sparked a three-state manhunt, the state Attorney General's Office announced.

    Izyiah Plummer, 21, of Atlantic City, pleaded guilty Monday to all of the charges against him, including first-degree armed robbery, conspiracy, aggravated assault, and weapons offenses, Attorney General Christopher Porrino said.

    The state will recommend Plummer be sentenced to 15 years in state prison, including nearly 13 years in which he is not eligible for parole, the office said. Sentencing is set for Nov. 18.

    "This guilty plea ensures that Plummer won't be doing any other illegal inside jobs like this one for many years to come," Porrino said in a statement. "Plummer demonstrated with this brazen armed robbery that he's a dangerous criminal who belongs behind bars."

    The robbery took place on July 14, 2014, two weeks after Plummer was fired. The following allegations are from authorities: (continue reading)

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