NEW ORLEANS -- A former Harrah's Casino blackjack dealer is wanted by State Police for allegedly swindling the casino out of thousands of dollars.
Breana Lewis, 24, of New Orleans, is wanted for two counts of conspiracy to commit cheating and swindling, and two counts of cheating and swindling for the amount of $32,022.50, according to State Police spokesperson Trooper Melissa Matey.
In May, State Police detectives began investigating Lewis after officials from the casino suspected that cheating and swindling was occurring at the blackjack tables.
In two instances, detectives saw Lewis 'awarding bets to four different casino patrons who appeared to personally know Lewis. The bets awarded were not winners and cost Harrah's Casino a total of $32,022.50,' Matey said.
Also wanted are Cornelius Wells, 34, of New Orleans; Jeffery Sheridan Jr., 25, of Angie; Clifford Earl Carter, 31, of New Orleans; and Annette Davis, 43, of Gretna.