The dam of money stolen in a casino was built in Louisiana

The dam of money stolen in a casino was built in Louisiana

In the recent past the American police officers serving the State of Louisiana found really a unique construction. It was a dam constructed of hundred-dollar bills. Beavers that inhabited nearby found a bag of money that was hidden at the bottom of a hollow. Having not found the best use of money animals used those bills to build the dam. They filled the cracks with notes having improved their construction in such way.

As soon as police officers began to find out an origin of that money the surprising details were detected. It appeared that the criminal from Greensburg (State of Louisiana) had hidden 75 thousand dollars in that hollow. It was Jacqueline Wall who had worked as a security guard in the large Lucky Dollar Casino for many years. She managed to incapacitate the ultra-precise cameras during one of her shifts. Then she stole money and hid it in a safe place. Jacqueline Wall pretended that the casino was robbed without her participation. In her dramatized story the robber threatened Wall with his gun and she had to give him all the money to save her life. When the find was detected the criminal confessed to the crime herself hoping for commutation. The administration of the casino promised to take all measures to strengthen security system and the level of safety of their establishment.

 
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