An 82-year-old unidentified woman passed away on a bus near Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez, California on Sunday morning. It is believed that the woman experienced cardiac arrest while in the bus’s restroom, and despite the efforts of emergency medical personnel and firefighters, she was declared dead shortly after 10am. An autopsy may be conducted in order to determine the exact cause of death.
In a separate incident, three workers of Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh were fired and subsequently charged with counts of harassment and disorderly conduct for a physical altercation which took place in the casino’s employee dining room on March 11th. Alfonso Pittrell, 57, Daniel Jones, 43, and Mackenzie Davenport, 20, were identified as the three suspects. Pittrell allegedly punched Jones, while Davenport threw a lunch tray at Pittrell. Jones reportedly assaulted and shoved Pittrell as well.
On Thursday, four alleged robbers were apprehended in Atlantic City thanks to security guards and surveillance footage from Bally’s Atlantic City Hotel & Casino. In the space of 70 minutes, the adult and juvenile bandits had committed four holdups, the first of which occurred on New York Avenue. The suspects had several handguns and a rifle with them, all of which were later revealed to be Airsoft guns. Dvaughndre Adams, 18, of Hyattsville, Maryland, Amari Wrights, 18, of Atlantic City, an unnamed 14-year-old boy from Fort Washington, Maryland, and another unnamed 13-year-old boy from District Heights, Maryland were all charged with carjacking, robbery, and gun-related crimes. Additionally, Adams and Wrights were charged with employing a juvenile in theft of auto. The stolen vehicle used in the first three robberies was located on Pennsylvania Avenue, and authorities from Maryland may also charge the suspects for the car theft.