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Dover Downs Casino Employee, Three Others Arrested for Theft

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Kimberly Finch Kimberly Finch
Sanda Eubanks Sanda Eubanks
Kim Thomas Kim Thomas
Linwood Thomas Linwood Thomas

DOVER, Del.- A Dover Downs Casino employee and three patrons are facing theft and related charges following accusations that the employee provided them with more than $31,000 worth of unauthorized free slot pay.

Acting on information provided by the Dover Downs Surveillance Department, Delaware State Police detectives assigned to the Division of Gaming Enforcement said they initiated an investigation of a casino employee issuing unauthorized player cards for free slot play. According to police, the investigation revealed that Dover Downs Players Club representative Kimberly Finch, 20, of Dover, was placing unearned and unauthorized free credits on several patrons' player cards. 

Detectives said further investigation revealed that Sandra Eubanks, 58, of Landover, Md.; Kim Thomas, 45, of Washington, D.C.; and Linwood Thomas, 56, also of Washington, D.C., conspired with Finch and provided her with money and gifts in return for $31,255 in free slot play at Dover Downs Casino.

Eubanks, Kim Thomas and Linwood Thomas were arrested on Feb. 1 and charged with Identity theft, felony theft, conspiracy and misdemeanor theft and released on secured bonds. 

Finch was arrested Feb. 5 with the assistance of the Harrington Police Department and charged with identity theft, second-degree conspiracy, felony theft, misdemeanor theft, falsifying business records, and misuse of computer. She was ordered held in the Delores J. Baylor Women's Correctional Institute in lieu of $46,000 cash bail.

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