Bellagio Employee Arrested for Stabbing Co-Worker in Las Vegas
Last week a Bellagio employee allegedly stabbed a colleague's face in the casino pit. The suspect faces charges for battery with a deadly weapon, mayhem and the Nevada crime of burglary. This incident follows a murder-suicide in the Excalibur casino two weeks ago.
Burglary is a category B felony in Nevada. Penalties include one to ten years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The penalty is raised to two to fifteen years if the defendant had a deadly weapon. Repeat offenders are ineligible for probation.
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