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Charlie Horky Plea Deal Pushed Back To Dec. 10

Posted on October 10, 2014
LAS VEGAS -- CLS Nevada limousine company owner Charlie Horky was expected to plead guilty Oct. 9 in federal court in connection with a sting involving drugs, prostitution and credit card fraud, but his court appearance has been moved to Dec. 10.

KLAS-TV/CBS report here

Background article: Top Horky Aides Plead Guilty In Racketeering Case

Background article: Horky Plans to Plead Guilty On Federal Charges

Related Topics: Charlie Horky, criminal incidents, Las Vegas operators, Nevada operators

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