Pressler, 36, of Spring Creek was arrested early Thursday morning at Stockmen’s Casino. on charges of robbery, burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit robbery, and conspiracy to commit third-degree arson.
On Wednesday, an Elko man who was picked up on a probation violation shortly after the crimes was charged with similar offenses. Squires, 33, was booked on robbery, burglary, conspiracy to commit grand larceny, and two counts of conspiracy to commit criminal contempt.
The robbers entered Dotty’s casino in the Smith’s shopping mall at about a.m.
Friday and sprayed employees and patrons with what is believed to have been bear spray, a strong form of pepper spray.
Sister Bertrille finds Uncle Reggie, who is still the prime suspect in the casino robbery.
Unfortunately for Uncle Reggie, Captain Fomento also finds him. See full summary » Sister Bertrille finds Uncle Reggie, who is still the prime suspect in the casino robbery.
Unfortunately for Uncle Reggie, Captain Fomento also finds him.
Sister Bertrille however convinces Carlos and Captain Fomento of Uncle Reggie's possible innocence, and devises a plan to flush out the real thieves: report that Uncle Reggie has been caught and charged with the theft, so that the real thieves will let their guards' down.
It works as Bruce and Faye, still under cover at the convent as Sister Mary Grace, decide that it is time to leave San Tanco.
The sisters unwittingly leak to thief Faye that the story of Uncle Reggie's guilt is just a ploy.
Faye as Sister Mary Grace still meets up with Bruce at the airport, but Sister Bertrille sees the two together in a compromising position and sees Bruce take off with Sister Mary Grace's luggage, and suspects they may be the possible crooks.
With information from Uncle Reggie and Carlos, Sister Bertrille pieces the whole thing together. When the Sisters are trying to verify Sister Mary Grace/Faye's past, they ask what language is spoken in Uganda.