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Harrington Casino Employee Arrested for Theft

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HARRINGTON, Del.- A Harrington Raceway and Casino employee is facing theft charges following accusations that he allegedly stole $2,500 worth of chips from a craps table.

Delaware State Police detectives assigned to the Division of Gaming Enforcement said the arrest of 39-year-old George Casterline, of Clayton, stemmed from an investigation that was initiated after suspicious actions were observed at the craps table where Casterline worked as a dealer. 

Detectives said a further investigation revealed that Casterline had removed purple chips valued at $500 each, with a total value of $2,500, over a period of approximately three weeks.

A search warrant was later executed at Casterline's home, where police said additional chips were recovered.

Casterline was arrested on five counts of theft under $1,500 (misdemeanor) and was issued a $5,000 unsecured bond with a no contact order for all three of the state's casino entities.

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