CLEVELAND (AP) — A grand jury has charged an Ohio man with more than 100 counts of illegal gambling at Cleveland's Horseshoe Casino.
The Ohio Casino Control Commission pursued the charges filed Tuesday against 40-year-old Vaughn Perry. The Cleveland man faces 138 illegal gambling charges and one grand theft charge, which says Perry deprived the casino of $8,240. Court records say the offense occurred at the casino in May.
The casino commission says Perry cheated multiple times at blackjack, which agents confirmed with video footage.
Court records show Perry has faced previous charges and has been convicted previously for felonious assault.
No attorney is listed for Perry. He is scheduled to be arraigned Sept. 3.