Police Catch Gwinnett County Super Bowl Fraud Suspect In California Casino

A Gwinnett man named Ketan Shah, a local digital print shop owner, allegedly ended up scamming a dozen people and his own mother out of nearly $1 million in fake Super bowl tickets. He then skipped town and was a wanted man.

Shah was recognized by California casino worker who called police. He was captured at Pechanga Casino and Resort in Temecula, California, accoding to WSB 2 .

There is no word on if any of the money was recoved yet, but Shah has been charged with one count of felony theft by conversion and is currently being held in California until he can be extradited back to Gwinnett County.

I'd guess he was gambling to try and double the money up and pay the people back, yet still have a million. If he gambles like me, he was at the blackjack table with his last $20 thinking, "I'm gonna come back... few more hands!"

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