May 13, 2024 2 min read


Police Investigate Murder at MGM National Harbor Hotel & Casino

A person who was found shot at the casino's parking garage died from his injuries over the weekend

Law enforcement in Prince George’s County, Maryland, is currently investigating a shooting incident that resulted in the death of one person. The fatal incident dates back to the early hours of Saturday, and it occurred at MGM National Harbor Hotel & Casino in Oxon Hill. What’s known so far is that one person died after sustaining gunshot injuries. Law enforcement is investigating the case with detectives trying to identify the suspect or suspects.

The fatal shooting happened on May 11, 2024. At approximately 4:50 AM, officers with the Prince George’s County Police Department (PGPD) responded to a reported shooting at the parking garage of the casino located on the 100 block of MGM National Ave. The shooting was reported by casino Security and the MGM Special Police.

Award for Anyone Who Has Information about the Potential Suspect

Upon arrival, law enforcement found an adult male victim. The person was suffering from gunshot wounds. Although police officers attempted to save the life of the man, but he died on the scene from his injuries. According to the PGPD, once the victim is identified, his family will be notified.

Law enforcement confirmed that an award of up to $25,000 is offered to anyone who can provide information that can lead to an arrest and charges regarding the case. So far, law enforcement believes that the man was shot following a dispute.

Homicide Unit detectives are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred on Saturday morning at MGM Resort and Casino in Oxon Hill. The victim, an adult male will be identified once his family is notified. A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case,

reads a statement released by the PGPD

It is unclear whether or not there’s surveillance footage that captured the incident. Also, it is yet to be determined whether the dispute was between two people or more individuals were involved in the deadly shooting. Anyone who has relevant information to the case is encouraged to speak to a Homicide Unit detective by calling 301-516-2512.

Elsewhere, a person who scammed a South Dakota casino may face a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison. The criminal case involves a casino worker who allegedly scammed the casino out of a whopping $350,000. The person pleaded not guilty.


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