The Rhode Island State Police announced that members of the Gaming Enforcement Unit assigned to the Twin River Casino in Lincoln arrested a member of the Rhode Island Capitol Police for larceny over $1,500 after he allegedly picked up a wallet loaded with cash and kept it.
David J. Bradley, age 59, of 12 Clear Meadow Drive in North Providence was arrested Nov. 7 on an affidavit and arrest warrant. The arrest was the result of an investigation into an incident that occurred at the casino on Nov. 1. The investigation revealed that a patron at Twin River Casino had dropped his wallet containing $1,700 cash on the floor at the Blackstone Bar inside the establishment. Bradley was allegedly seen retrieving the wallet and then exiting the casino a short time later. He was located and stopped in the casino parking lot by Twin River security and the wallet was then found. All events were captured by Twin River Casino surveillance footage.
Bradley was processed at the Rhode Island State Police Lincoln Barracks, arraigned before Judge Elaine Bucci at the Third District Court and released on $5,000 personal recognizance. His next court date is scheduled for Feb. 6. Bradley has been a Rhode Island Capitol Police Officer for approximately eight years.
A person convicted of larceny over $1,500 may be subject to prison time of not more than three years, a fine of not more than $1,500, or both.