Police raid Nagoya casino for locking non-paying punters
Japanese media report about two non-paying baccarat
players who were confined. Aichi Prefectural Police have booked 7 persons in connection with locking the indebted casino players. The confined gambling duo includes a 41-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman. They owned the casino nearly 10 million, according to Japanese news reports.
Among the arrested suspects was Ryusuke Hagiwara, who is the manager of the Japanese gambling venue
. Hagiwara has allegedly confessed everything. Besides Hagiwara, three other casino workers have been arrested.
Yoshinori Katayama, the owner of the gambling venue, is facing charges for operating a commercial gambling establishment. The casino, called Milano, is based in Naka Ward. This subdivision is located in the center of the Japanese city in the region of Chūbu.