Police detains men suspected of casino robbery and carjacking
The Las Vegas police has arrested a 29-year old man who is suspected of robbing a casino and carjacking. The suspect was arrested at a trailer park in the neighborhood of Decatur Boulevard and Twain Avenue. The 29-year old man, Michael Patrick Dorotiak, threatened a casino cashier with a gun at the Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police
Dorotiak faces three charges of hostage-taking, three charges of burglary and two car stealing charges. The police arrested the man after fencing off the area where the suspect hided from the police
. Spectators saw Dorotiak fleeing to the trailer park.
It all started when Dorotiak stole a white Ford Expedition at a petrol pump in the neighborhood of Flamingo and Lindell roads. The suspect then decided to visit the hotel & casino in Las Vegas. At the casino he threatened a casino cashier with a gun and stole an unrevealed amount of money.
The 29-year old man used the car park as a hiding place, where he couldn’t find his car. Dorotiak is not the cleverest criminal in the world, the police stated. He fled to a car park but didn’t find his car. The man stole a red pickup but collided in the car park. Dorotiak continued his escape on foot, fleeing to the trailer park. Nobody was injured. The police found the gun in the pickup.