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Of The Morning CallFederal investigators twice videotaped reputed mobster William D'Elia entering an auto parts business owned by Louis DeNaples, the Poconos casino developer, according to a sworn statement from 2001 in a federal gambling investigation. On Thursday,...
Of The Morning CallTwo House Republicans plan to ask the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to withhold approval of an audit committee for Mount Airy Casino Resort, a move that could delay the Pocono resort's October opening. Reps. Doug Reichley, R-Lehigh, and Mike Vereb,...
Call Harrisburg BureauSix state lawmakers called Tuesday for the state attorney general to investigate whether state gaming regulators broke the law when they, according to sources, ordered their investigators to change a background report on Mount Airy Casino Resort owner...
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Of The Morning CallSeven weeks ago, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board's enforcement bureau deemed it a conflict for Mount Airy Casino Resort to hire the auditing firm that works for the Scranton area bank that embattled Louis DeNaples once chaired. On Thursday, the...
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Of The Morning CallThe reputed head of a Scranton crime family who has been linked to Mount Airy Casino Resort owner Louis DeNaples pleaded guilty Friday to witness tampering and conspiracy to launder money. William D'Elia, 62, agreed to the plea after nearly two dozen...
Of The Morning CallTrucker Richard Rothstein thought he'd found a bargain. Rothstein bought a Freightliner Columbia tractor in December 2005 for $75,000 from DeNaples Auto Sales in Dunmore, Lackawanna County. The truck, which typically sold for $125,000 or more, had come...
Of The Morning CallState law prohibits Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board members from working for a casino until they've been out of office for at least two years. But William Conaboy might start working for Mount Airy Casino Resort even though he resigned from the...
Of The Morning CallU.S. Attorney Thomas Marino withdrew from a federal investigation into organized crime in part because a focus of the probe, Mount Airy Lodge owner Louis DeNaples, listed Marino as a reference on his gaming application. DeNaples, being eyed for...
Of The Morning CallU.S. Attorney Thomas Marino, the top federal prosecutor for central and northeastern Pennsylvania, will resign within six weeks amid an investigation of Mount Airy Lodge owner Louis DeNaples, according to two sources. Marino, who has held the position...
Of The Morning CallOn a take-home pay of $880 a month, the Rev. Joseph Sica amassed debts of $218,000. And he owed the vast bulk of the money -- $148,000 -- to a bank headed by his friend, Louis DeNaples, owner of Mount Airy Casino Resort. How Sica qualified for credit...
Of The Morning CallFor years, while dodging and denying whispers of ties to organized crime, Louis DeNaples devoted himself to a business empire that includes real estate, landfills, a bank and the Mount Airy Casino Resort. But according to a Dauphin County grand jury,...
Of The Morning CallBettyann DeNaples remembers how chaotic and crowded hotel bathrooms could get when she and her husband, Louis, traveled with their children. So when she and her daughter Lisa oversaw the design of the new hotel at Mount Airy Casino and Resort, she wanted...
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