A casino near Las Vegas gets an entrance, broken into by an RV driver who is driven out, police say
A detention officer was critically injured Friday when a driver crashes at a casino home in the Las Vegas area after being kicked out.
Police say 50-year-old Jennifer Shield was booked into Las Vegas City Prison for attempted murder in connection with an incident at Cannery Casino & Hotel in North Las Vegas early Friday morning, FOX 5 of Las Vegas reported. crash scene at the Cannery Hotel Casino in North Las Vegas, Friday, October 25, 2019 (Associated Press) “/>
Location of a crash at the Cannery Hotel Casino in North Las Vegas, Friday, October. 25, 2019. (Associated Press)
Authorities say Shield was angry after being accused of breaking the property, but no further details were available.
Photos of the following show that Winnebago is wedged into the front entrance, with broken glass and twisted metal from the door frame all around it.
50-year-old Jennifer Shield was jailed on charges of attempted murder, authorities say. (North Las Vegas Police Department)
"You're hitting me!", Called the 66-year-old casino worker, North Las Vegas police spokesman Eric Levitt told USA Today.
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"And it kept accelerating towards it, actually transferring it," Levitt said. "She knew perfectly well what she was doing."
An injured employee was expected to survive, according to Las Vegas Review.