Maryland Live Casino
A D.C. woman was convicted of stalking an elderly couple inside Maryland Live Casino and following them back to their Silver Spring home where she helped robbed them of their winnings.
Many people making a Valentine’s Day trip to Arundel Mills and Maryland Live! Casino got more than they bargained for Saturday night after icy road conditions caused them to get stuck in the parking garage for several hours.
Authorities say a woman was robbed of about $1,000 she won at the Maryland Live! Casino after a couple followed her home an hour away.
Maryland officials say the state’s five casinos brought in more than $82.4 million in revenue last month.
Maryland casinos in August brought in their highest one-month total since gambling was legalized in the state.
A federal judge has ruled that one unlucky hostess accused of stealing a list of high-rolling clients from a Maryland casino where she used to work and using it to recruit business to another casino cannot contact the gamblers until further notice.
Maryland’s lottery and four casinos made $849.2 million for the state in the last fiscal year, a 2.4 percent increase over the previous fiscal year, the agency that oversees gambling in Maryland reported Monday.
Maryland’s most popular casino unveiled a $1 million slot machine over the weekend.
A man has been charged with neglect after he allegedly left his elderly mother inside a hot car for nearly five hours outside a Maryland casino.
Montgomery County police say two men reported being held captive by armed abductors at a Marriott hotel in Silver Spring.