Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Pechanga Resort & Casino : Another "MYSTERIOUS" Death of a Customer

It's HAPPENED again..NO, not a beat down of a customer, NOT a car-jacking by a tribal member,  but another DEATH.  In 2010, there was a death in a stairwell.  The difference? Gail Wesson of The Press Enterprise reports this one IMMEDIATELY, the last on took two weeks.

Michael Jauregui, who identified himself as the victim’s uncle, said by phone that family members learned Flores “fell 30 feet from a stairway or escalator” and were alerted to the incident after a public address system paged the victim’s father.

Several family members had taken a day trip to Pechanga from Huntington Beach. Jauregui said Flores had told two brothers he was going to the bathroom and that was the last they saw of him.

Family members have not succeeded in getting more information about the circumstances from Pechanga security personnel who gave Flores’ mother an incident report number, according to Jauregui.

Ciara Green, spokesperson for the resort and casino, said in a written statement:  “We are very saddened to learn of this tragedy and extend our deepest condolences to the family.


Anonymous said...

Well, don't just talk to Pechanga but instead talk to the Riverside County Sheriff's dept. They were just given an incident number from security? What does that do? Nothing. Internal security's job is to protect the property and their bosses, the business. They are not public servants.

WeRone said...

The above comment is TRUE. Security/Tribal Rangers take notes and then will not share them with you. Tribal legal department will not share any recorded information so yes always call Riverside Sheriffs to record any incident.