AC Casino Supervisor Suspended
As reported by the Press of Atlantic City: "One former surveillance supervisor had his gaming license suspended but another was exonerated Wednesday in a case of video spying at an Atlantic City casino. "In a 4-0 vote, the state Casino Control Commission suspended the license of James Doherty for 20 days for using his security cameras to spy on women at Caesars Atlantic City. "Doherty was present for the vote, but said nothing to the commission and declined to comment afterward. His attorney, Derek G. Timms, said the case had dragged on long enough and Doherty would not appeal the suspension. ".At the same time, the commission exonerated another former Caesars surveillance supervisor who had also been accused by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement in the spying case. The commissioners found no evidence that Robert Swan violated any gaming regulations while performing his security duties."