Don’t forget, if you’re a Mexican you’re eligible to win slot machine jackpots
Charges were filed last week against a Goodyear man who is accused of duping a Mexican citizen out of a $5,000 jackpot he won at Casino Arizona in Scottsdale.
Salt River police say that Richard Burrell, age 51, was sitting next to a man who won a $5,000 jackpot. Burrell reportedly lied to the man saying he needed to be a U.S. citizen to accept the money. The man, who is a Mexican citizen, reportedly agreed to allow Burrell to collect the money and he would pay Burrell $1,500.
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