21 April 2006

Director for Surveillance For Casino Windsor Arrested

OPP lay charges in casino investigation

TORONTO, April 20 /CNW/ - The O.P.P. Investigation and Enforcement
Bureau, working with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, entered
into an Investigation as a result of information received in September 2005
regarding an allegation that improprieties may have occurred pertaining to the
awarding of a Digital Surveillance System contract at Casino Windsor.
In mid February 2006, the O.P.P. asked for the assistance of the Detroit
Division, Bay City Resident Agency of the FBI through the U.S. Consulate in
Toronto. Since that time a joint Investigation involving both agencies has
been ongoing.
On Wednesday April 19, 2006 the Director of Surveillance for Casino
Windsor, Eddie Eugene Gilmore, a Windsor resident and U.S. citizen was
arrested by the O.P.P. and charged with the Criminal Code Offences of Fraud
Over $5,000.00 and Procuring a Secret Commission. Mr. Gilmore has been
remanded into custody and is scheduled to appear in Windsor Court on Thursday
April 20,2006 for a bail hearing.
The Registrar of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission has also ordered the
immediate suspension of the gaming registration of Mr. Gilmore in the public
interest as he is employed in a senior capacity at Casino Windsor.
The Investigation is ongoing under the direction of Detective Chief
Superintendent Dave Crane, Investigation and Enforcement Bureau, Alcohol and
Gaming Commission of Ontario.

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