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Posted: November 25, 2007, 12:57 pm - IP Logged

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Wymore woman facing felony charges in keno investigation
Saturday, Nov 24, 2007 - 12:05:15 pm CST
Daily Sun staff

A Wymore woman was arraigned in Gage County Court earlier this week on charges she and other Blue Springs Keno employees tampered with keno machines for their own benefit.

Jana Fletcher, 35, was arraigned on charges of theft by taking (more than $1,500), a Class III felony; tampering with a lottery device for cheating, a Class IV felony; and for a lottery act violation, a Class I misdemeanor.

A Class III felony carries a maximum penalty of 20 years imprisonment and a $25,000 fine while a Class IV felony carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment and a $10,000 fine. A Class I misdemeanor carries a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a $1,000 fine.

Fletcher's charges are in connection with, incidents that occurred between Sept. 1, 2005 and Feb. 28, 2006, in which Fletcher, 45-year-old Robert Roberts and 42-year-old Jamie Phipps, all of Wymore, allegedly manipulated one of the electric "blower" machines used by them to call numbers at Blue Springs Keno.

Court documents allege when Fletcher, Roberts or Phipps called a keno game, they would allegedly withhold one of the numbered balls ejected from the machine during a game. Before the next game, they would place a "one-spot" bet that the number on the withheld ball would be called in the next keno game.

All one-spot bets have 3-1 odds, which means each bettor would receive three times the amount of money he or she wagered in the bet.

Roberts and Phipps were arraigned Oct. 11 on the same charges as Fletcher.

While an investigation is still continuing into the case, Rick Schreiner, chief deputy attorney for Gage County, has previously said he believes enough evidence has been gathered to determine that Fletcher, Roberts and Phipps were working together in the cheating scheme.

Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there..... 

Next week's convention for Psychics and Prognosticators has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

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    Posted: November 25, 2007, 2:00 pm - IP Logged

    Bouncing balls or computer RND, if a crook runs a game then there's a good chance that players are going to be cheated. 

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      Posted: November 25, 2007, 10:43 pm - IP Logged

      This people got the intelligence of a parrot or what? If you wanted to win off of ball machine why choose keno? I was going to say that they could get away with it if they've chosen Pick3 but not keno...

       

       

      "The lotto truth is Out There"                 

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        Posted: November 26, 2007, 3:18 am - IP Logged

        Pumpi - I'd take 3/1 odds any day of the week.  Put $20 on that number, it pays $60, it adds up.  Problem is, in a small town like Wymore, you get noticed REAL QUICK when you do that.   And why do you think they would get away with it if it was Pick 3 and not Keno ?  I think Keno would be much easier to get away with, 80 numbers to dicker with, less noticeable.