HARRISBURG - Gambling regulators have cited Harrah's Chester Casino for allowing a child on the casino floor.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board last week fined the casino $20,000 for allowing a 14-year-old girl on the casino floor in March of this year. Board spokesman Richard McGarvey said the girl got onto the floor, gambled, and cashed in the winnings before being caught.
The casino was also fined $10,000 for several incidents involving security personnel not being present in security zones within the facility. Earlier this year, the gaming board cited Philadelphia Park in Bucks County for three incidents where children got onto the gaming floor with parents or grandparents.