Oklahoma man charged with stealing $10,000 from casino safe

DAMAGE. NOBODY WAS STOLEN. NEW TONIGHT MAN IS ACCUSED OF HAVING $10,000 FROM THE SAFE AT THE CHOCTAW CASINO WHERE HE WORKED PROSECUTOR SAID SURVEILLANCE VIDEO SHOWS GREGORY PERRY STUFFING A STACK OF $100 BILLS STRAIGHT INTO A PERRY SHIRT SAID HE WOULD ALREADY SPEND ABOUT HALF OF WHAT HE STOLE THINGS LIKE COURT FEES THE FOOD GAME EVEN A STAY THE

Man accused of stealing $10,000 from Durant’s casino safe

Bryan County prosecutors said surveillance video shows the suspect stuffing a stack of $100 bills into his shirt.

Authorities have charged a man accused of taking $10,000 from the safe at the Choctaw casino in Durant.Bryan County prosecutors said surveillance video shows Gregory Perry, who worked at the casino, shoving a stack of 100 dollar bills in his shirt. When questioned by authorities, Perry said he had already spent about half of what he stole on expenses such as court fees, food, gambling and a hotel stay at the casino. Perry told investigators he deposited the money in his girlfriend’s bank account and told her the money was from a friend. Perry was later fired from his job at the casino.

Authorities have charged a man accused of taking $10,000 from Durant’s Choctaw Casino safe.

Bryan County prosecutors said surveillance video shows Gregory Perry, who worked at the casino, stuffing a stack of $100 bills into his shirt.

When questioned by authorities, Perry said he had already spent about half of what he stole on legal fees, food, gambling and a casino hotel stay.

Perry told investigators he deposited the money in his girlfriend’s bank account and told her the money was from a friend.

Perry was later fired from his job at the casino.