First Hollywood Casino Employee Indicted

Posted on 6/27/2013

Defendant: Dawn Jenkinson

Prosecutor Ron O’Brien announced that the Franklin County Grand Jury has returned indictments against two more individuals for felony crimes at the Hollywood Casino located at 200 Georgesville Road in Columbus. It is alleged that between December 21, 2012 to February 26, 2013, Dawn Jenkinson, an employee of the casino, provided her fiancé Jerry Flynn with Free Play cards worth approximately $5,000 to use while gambling at the casino, which he in turn made a profit that totaled approximately $4,700. Both Jenkinson, age 31, and Flynn, age 39, have been indicted for one count each of Theft, a felony of the 4th degree. Prosecutor Ron O’Brien and the Ohio Casino Control Commission continue to send a strong message that cheating or stealing from the casino, whether as an employee or a patron violates Ohio law and will not be tolerated.