Casino Money Counter Pleads Guilty
By Earl
) An ex-money counter at the Mohegan Sun Casino pleaded guilty last Monday to charges of stealing more than $800,000 from work. Harlan Gahner, 56, of Norwich, was discharged after his arrest in June, 2000. Security staff at the casino had detected him stuffing $100 bills into his overalls as he worked in the money counting room. Gahner has pleaded guilty to larceny, and to charges of money-laundering.

It’s a troubled family. The AP wire also reports: ‘Three days later [in June, 2000], Gahner's stepson, Timothy Gahner, was arrested on a rape charge. Investigators found $407,000 in cash stashed in a safe at his house.’

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