Dover Downs Employee Arrested On Felony Theft Charges - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Dover Downs Employee Arrested On Felony Theft Charges

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20-year-old Kimberly Finch, of Dover 20-year-old Kimberly Finch, of Dover
58-year-old Sandra Eubanks, of Landover 58-year-old Sandra Eubanks, of Landover
45-year-old Kim Thomas, of Washington DC 45-year-old Kim Thomas, of Washington DC
56-year-old Linwood Thomas, of Washington DC 56-year-old Linwood Thomas, of Washington DC

DOVER, Del. - Delaware State Police say the Dover Downs Surveillance Department contacted them, about a Dover Downs employee issuing unauthorized player cards for free slot play.

Detectives assigned to the Delaware Division of Gaming Enforcement started an investigation, and reportedly found that Dover Downs Players Club Representative 20-year-old Kimberly Finch, of Dover, was putting unearned and unauthorized free credits on several patrons' player cards. Police say they found that 58-year-old Sandra Eubanks, of Landover, 45-year-old Kim Thomas, of Washington DC, and 56-year-old Linwood Thomas, of Washington DC, were giving Finch money and gifts, for more than $31,000 in free slot play at Dover Downs Casino.

Eubanks, Kim Thomas, and Linwood Thomas were all charged with identity theft, felony theft, conspiracy, and misdemeanor theft. They were all released on bonds.

Finch was arrested, and charged with identity theft, 2nd degree conspiracy, felony theft, misdemeanor theft, falsifying business records, and misuse of computer. She is being held at Delores J. Baylor Women's Correctional Institute on $46,000 cash bail.

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