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Man Gives Himself Up Two Years After Casino Robbery

Tags: casino heist, Dell Eugene Warfield III, robbery
Posted on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 by "T".
A 24-year-old man recently turned himself in two years after robbing his former employer. The crime occurred in early 2013 at the William Hill Race & Sports Book Primm Vallet Resort and Casino in Stateline, Nevada. According to LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL, Dell Eugene Warfield III (picture) was off that day when he entered the casino wearing his work uniform and carrying a black bag stuffed with[...]   Read more » Man Gives Himself Up Two Years After Casino Robbery

  11-Feb-15, 14:10   #1
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Borowski88 
Joined: May '14
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This has to be one of the stupidest thing I've ever read. "It's unclear why Warfield gave himself up, where he was hiding and how much money was left from the heist. He's now facing charges of burglary and theft." How much money was left from from the heist? What heist? 5307$? Left? After to years? I can't believe that someone can come up with a sentence like that.

     
  11-Feb-15, 15:23   #2
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marqis 

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I think it says he exchanged his bag with $5,307 for one containing $164,000. That should last you two years.

     
  11-Feb-15, 15:34   #3
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klash23 
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It sounds like he went into the place with $5307 of his own money,rolls of small bills with a $100 bill on the outside and exchanged the $164,000 from the safe to make it appear the money was still there.
Obviously very stupid as he was always going to be caught and his plans to evade the police forever were not thought out properly.

     
  11-Feb-15, 16:52   #4
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Skpmorita 
Joined: Feb '14
Location: Tunisia
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some people do get away with it
the fact that a stupid guy like this lasted 2 years proved my point
if you gonna commit crime , have plan
i guess he lived the last 2 years in fear and now he is facing more years in jail
for that pathetic $164,000 which he could have made working in the casino in less than the time he is facing

     
  12-Feb-15, 10:17   #5
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doubletop777 
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To give himself up after two years is very strange indeed. I reckon he could not take the guilt and was probably looking over his shoulder every minute and decided to take his medicine instead

     
  12-Feb-15, 21:43   #6
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leno1 
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Thats realy a very stupid thing to do, but what I am finding extremely encouraging about this story is the fact that this time someone robbed a casino. Normally its the other was round: the casinos are always robbing us.

     
  12-Feb-15, 22:17   #7
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raymonvdhaak 
Joined: Jun '13
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Posted by leno1:
Thats realy a very stupid thing to do, but what I am finding extremely encouraging about this story is the fact that this time someone robbed a casino. Normally its the other was round: the casinos are always robbing us.

indeed very stuppid after they robbing the people. i had keep the money Tongue

     
  13-Feb-15, 04:30   #8
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pinotte 
Joined: Jun '13
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I just found this story on the web, true that the guy robbed the casino and disappear for two years.

However when he give himself to the police he had no choice cause they new who was the robber and he had no more money.

The guy was a gambler and lost all the money and now facing jail time for about five years. Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
  13-Feb-15, 04:43   #9
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Tony_MON7ANA 

Joined: Mar '14
Location: Japan
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LMFAO!
Running out of money/drugs?
Free food, housing, medical care, and some picnic time while incarcerated.
Couldn't get any better for some people. They voluntarily choose to spend years behind bars.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Friday, February 13, 2015 @ 04:59 GMT)


     
  13-Feb-15, 07:22   #10
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superthight 

Joined: Jan '13
Location: Philippines
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Posts: 752
u can run but u cannot hide always the reason for being crime convicted.while staying beyond bars reality for living is like a bunch of a hell.spending 2 years from prison is it enough to renew a person or it might be the same situation after all ??.... Worship Worship Worship

     
  13-Feb-15, 10:32   #11
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jessthehuman 

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I can't imagine he's feeling guilty two years after robbing a casino.. Probably just paranoid, or somehow under pressure.

     
  13-Feb-15, 11:51   #12
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
Location: Romania
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omg this guy is a big mouth after two years when stealing money

     
  15-Feb-15, 22:02   #13
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bowie1984 

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Location: Hungary
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This guy is an atipical casinorobber since he only went for a sum - let's just say - worth three times his yearly average pay I guess... So he is not only an idiot who couldn't pull this one of for at least a million or more, but getting caught after and doing jail at least 10-15 years for only this much money is truly makes him looser of the month.

     
  20-Feb-15, 22:26   #14
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bowie1984 

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By the way if I were some public relations official working currently at William Hill I would use this guy as the center of our next promotion - there isn't a better way popularize gambling then stories about effed up robberies and such - just look at the Ocean's Eleven movies. Plain and simple Vegas marketing.

     
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