October 20, 2023 3 min read


Las Vegas: Woman Arrested After Allegedly Stealing $60K While on Date

Earlier this week, law enforcement arrested a 27-year-old woman who allegedly stole some $57,000 in cash and chips from the hotel room of a man she went on a date with

A woman who was on a date with an older man was arrested earlier this week after allegedly taking nearly $60,000 from his hotel room safe at Caesars Palace. The 27-year-old woman with initials H.M., suspected of the crime, was arrested near her home on West Sahara Avenue on Tuesday this week, a report released by the Las Vegas Review-Journal reveals, citing data from the Metropolitan Police Department.

Executing a search warrant on her home, law enforcement seized some $5,200 in the form of Caesars casino chips. Additionally, police uncovered $11,700 in cash that was also taken in as evidence in the case. Reportedly, the young woman is facing charges of burglary, as well as grand larceny of more than $25,000 but less than $100,000.

The suspect is scheduled to appear in court next month on November 22, 2023. It is yet to be determined what penalty the young woman may receive for the alleged crimes. Still, a grand larceny of more than $25,000 but less than $100,000 is a category B felony that may be subject to a penalty between 1 to 10 years in prison, as well as a fine that can be up to $10,000.

A Night Out Results in Missing Chips and Cash

According to the police report, the young woman was on a date with a man who was 30 years older than her. The name of the man was not disclosed. However, the police report confirmed that the couple met through an online dating site called “Seeking Arrangement.” Allegedly, the 27-year-old agreed to stay together with the man for two days and nights in exchange for a fee of $2,500.

The duo stayed at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and on the first day, the man allegedly paid the fee to the young woman. Moreover, he agreed for her to keep her purse in his hotel room safe. Besides her purse, that safe contained some $7,000 in gambling chips along with $50,000 in cash that belonged to the gentleman. The 27-year-old was then allegedly given the combination number to the safe verbally.

On the second night, the two visited the Sphere for a U2 concert. At some point, the young woman left saying that she needed to go to the restroom. Some 15 minutes later, she still hadn’t returned, and this is when the man sent her a text asking if she was okay. While he never received a response, some 30 minutes after she was gone, the man asked Caesars to block the access to his room. Once he returned back to his room at Caesars Palace, the man found that his possessions were missing from the safe.


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  • Michael Little
    October 20, 2023 at 8:22 pm

    Nothing worse than a FOOL but an Old Fool!

  • James e cornett
    October 20, 2023 at 9:22 pm

    Trust no one especially some one you just met a escort

  • Linda
    October 21, 2023 at 12:59 am

    $2,500, wow if Las Vegas made prostitution legal it would be regulated and safer for all concerned. Also, it would keep the gamblers in the Casino and Gambling after there date. It’s kinda a Win Win for all. Keep everyone safe and protected. 😇

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