Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Pechanga Casino Bribery Case Ends in GUILTY verdict

We told you about this Pechanga story HERE

A Pechanga casino employee pleaded guilty to being an accessory to a crime after she was charged with accepting bribes from job applicants.

Coomchuen Zhou, 44, was sentenced to three years' probation Monday. Authorities accused her of extorting job applicants of $3,000 and teaching them to falsify work experience information to get hired.

Zhou pleaded guilty in a French Valley courtroom to the misdemeanor in exchange for dismissal of a felony charge of commercial bribery, court records show.

Will Larry Miranda's case be next?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Big deal....doesn't seem like much of a punishment for stealing...probation??...she probably has much info to hide and will probably still be rewarded by Pechanga for keeping her mouth shut!