Atlantic City casino robbed by security guard it fired
ATLANTIC CITY — He was twice unlucky.
A city man is facing 15 years in prison after admitting to robbing the Caesars Casino after he was fired from his job there.
Izyiah Plummer, 21, pleaded guilty to first-degree armed robbery, conspiracy, aggravated assault and weapons offenses. His sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 18 in Superior Court in Mays Landing.
Two other defendants who were indicted with Plummer — Nathaniel Greenlee, 23, of Bear, Delaware, and Donavon Jackson, 22, of Wilmington, Delaware — pleaded guilty in June. Aaron Evans, 26, of Atlantic City, meanwhile, is facing related charges of first-degree robbery and second-degree conspiracy.
Theymen were charged with holding up a security guard and another casino employee at gunpoint on July 21, 2014.
Police found a black ski mask, bullets for a .38 special handgun and $43,900 in cash in Plummer's apartment, the state Attorney General's Office said.
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