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Charlie Horky Plans To Plead Guilty On Federal Charges

Posted on June 25, 2014

Limousine company owner Charles Horky and two top aides have agreed to plead guilty in a multimillion-dollar racketeering conspiracy involving prostitution, drug trafficking and fraud, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.

“Mr. Horky has accepted responsibility for actions involving some financial activity at the company and is ready to assume the consequences,” his defense attorney David Chesnoff said Wednesday. “He apologizes to those he disappointed, and we’re hopeful that the court accepts the negotiations.”

Horky, 53, the CEO of CLS Nevada, a limousine company that operated on the Strip for two decades, and eight others were charged in a federal indictment unsealed in December 2012.

Las Vegas Review-Journal article here

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