Ex-Security Guard Robbed Atlantic City Caesars After Being Fired
A former security guard admitted to robbing Atlantic City's Caesars casino after he was fired.
NBC10 reports, 21-year-old Izyiah Plummer and three other men stole three cash boxes at gunpoint from the AC casino in 2014. The boxes had over $180,000 in it.
I guess it's safe to say someone wasn't particularly happy about being fired.
Jokes aside, Plummer plead guilty to armed robbery, conspiracy, aggravated assault, and weapons charges. His sentencing will be in November where he can potentially face 15 years in prison.
Two of the men, 23-year-old Nathaniel Greenlee and 22-year-old Donovan Jackson both plead guilty to second-degree theft. The fourth person involved has remained unnamed, but will be facing pending charges.
Source: NBC10 Philadelphia