Police ID Woman Accused Of Driving Motorhome Into Casino
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Police have released the name of a woman they say intentionally drove her motorhome into a North Las Vegas casino after she was kicked out.
Police 50-year-old Jennifer Stitt was being held on suspicion of attempted murder. She's being held at the Las Vegas Detention Center on $100,000 bail.
North Las Vegas police say Stitt was ejected from the casino early Friday morning and then drove her motorhome into the building, striking a custodian.
The 66-year-old custodian was critically injured but is expected to survive.
Stitt does not yet have a listed attorney to comment on her behalf.