SINGAPORE - A 31-year-old croupier for Marina Bay Sands casino will be charged in court for cheating at play with his 29-year-old female accomplice.
On June 18, the casino operator alerted the police that one of its croupiers was cheating the casino by colluding with a patron at the gaming table.
On the same day, officers from the Casino Crime Investigation Branch of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) arrested the croupier and his accomplice.
Both suspects will be charged in court on Oct 17 for offences of cheating at play under Section 172A(3) of the Casino Control Act, Chapter 33A. If convicted, they may be sentenced to a maximum fine of $150,000, or to imprisonment for a term of up to 7 years, or both.