Wednesday, June 29, 2022


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Pagcor to target loan sharks to end casino kidnappings


The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation has set its crosshairs on casino loan sharks, which they believe are the cause of the recent spike in

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Casino security officer arrested for running loan shark business


The chief of security in a casino in Taipa has been arrested for allegedly running a loan shark business, Macau TDM reports. The suspect, identifi

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Casino financier arrested for illegal detainment


A Chinese casino financier has been arrested for illegally detaining a Korean national who failed to settle his debt, local media reports. Chinese nat

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PJ arrests eight in loan sharking ring bust


The Judiciary Police have arrested eight people in connection to a loan sharking ring in Macau, TDM News reports. Earlier in the week, the PJ conducte

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Second loan-sharking ring identified in Manila


Another loan sharking syndicate operating in Metro Manila’s casinos has been identified by Philippine authorities, the Inquirer reports. PNP chief,

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Resilient loan-sharking ring busted by PJ


The Judiciary Police (PJ) have arrested another 15 alleged members of a Mainland-linked loan-sharking ring, Macau News reports. The spokesperson said

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Loan-shark ring busted


11 people have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a casino loansharking gang, a Judiciary Police (PJ) spokesperson said at a press confere

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Authorities apprehend loan shark group


Macau authorities have busted a loan shark syndicate that has been targeting local casino workers. Ten suspects in total have been arrested, with the

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Macau gaming-related crimes on the rise, Security Secretary says


Macau authorities have received 1,118 reports of suspected crime related to gaming in the first nine months of the year, a 34 percent increase on the

Maca casino-related crimes up, other crimes down


Macau’s director of the Judiciary Police said there was an increase in casino-related crimes in the first five months of the year especially in ille

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