The Cannery Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada is usually filled with fun and awesome betting action. People from all over the world come to visit, stay, play and gamble at this retro-themed casino hotel. After all, it is only ten minutes away from Downtown, and you can get the full Fremont Street Experience.
That said, a few nights ago, the Cannery casino saw some very different action. Women was kicked out of the resort for trespassing (according to North Las Vegas police officer Eric Leavitt). It seems she was so angry that she got in her RV the next morning and drove it through the front entrance of the Cannery casino resort. To make matters worse, it seems that she hit a janitor with her RV. According to a news video on Fox news, the janitor worked at the resort. As a result, angry women may be charged with attempted murder.
According to the news report, when the casino employes tried to get her out of her RV, was not very cooperative. After a while, the police finally got her out and brought her to the Las Vegas City Jail. To add insult to injury, Las Vegas PD seems to be booking her on an attempted murder charge.
According to a casino employee, Mrs. Sitt is sixty-six years old woman. It appears she was so angry she was kicked out for trespassing, she kept her foot on the gas pedal. If that isn’t bad enough, it seems Mrs. Sitt kept trying to push the gas pedal even after she hit the custodian. The casino employees were able to remove Mrs. Sitt from her RV before the police arrived on the scene. Luckily, the custodian is okay and is said to make a full recovery.
The Las Vegas Police Officer, Leavitt said that the NLVPD was already at Cannery resort casino for something completely different. While the employees acted swiftly, the cops were able to respond quickly and efficiently. Unfortunately, the custodian was littery found underneath Mrs. Sitt’s RV and was in critical condition.
According to the Las Vegas police department, they shit down the entrance portion of the Cannery casino to investigate this crime further.