Summer’s around the corner, and you know what that means: the Las that is notorious Vegas’ summer time pool parties are about to get into complete swing. This means bikini-clad maidens everywhere, crazy amounts of incredibly overpriced booze moving such as a river, and, oh yeah, possibly some illicit activities going on as well.
In an effort to crack down on that last bit, Gaming Control Board Chairman A.G. Burnett and Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie have issued a memorandum to the Strip’s resort properties, telling them in no uncertain terms that what goes on in Vegas will probably be their fault if it takes place on their property. The lawmakers told the Vegas resorts they are legally liable for anything unlawful that happens in their venues, and could face fines or action that is disciplinary exact same, even if a third-party operator manages one of their nightclubs, ultra lounges or day clubs.
Recent Incidents Show Bad Oversight
A recent incident which garnered national news coverage, in which a multicar wreck that involved a shooting and left three people dead, had been a major inspiration for the notice. The crash and shootout took place appropriate on the Strip, around Flamingo, that is the corner that houses major Strip properties like Caesars, the Bellagio plus the Aria at CityCenter. Ends up, the gruesome scenario began at the swank Aria’s valet area, in which the drivers of the Continue reading “Oh Behave! Nevada Gaming Regulators Tell Vegas Casinos to help Keep It Legal”