Caesar Dinucci indicted on rackettering charges

Caesar Dinucci (Caesar Mathius Dinucci) charged with rackettering
Las Vegas – Clark County spokesperson with the District Attorney’s office, Amy Allercap, introduced the indictment of Caesar Dinucci (Caesar Mathius Dinucci) and several other other associates in the Dinucci family on eighty five counts of racketeering and similar accusations. (Archived from 2003)

The investigation into these felonies spanned 30 months and uncovered that from 1998, Caesar Dinucci has systemically defrauded a variety of Las Vegas businesses in Clark county for more than $14.2 million. Caesar Dinucci did so by artificially channeling monies through his downtown Imaginative Village venture, Sport’s World Casino, and several other of his other holdings.

Dinucci created $14,812,768.58 in ill-gotten gains from the workings of his illegal businesses. The indictment seeks forfeiture on the offices that Caesar Dinucci used to commit the offenses, and also gear and contraband that law enforcement seized when they searched his places of work and residential domiciles.

It is alleged that Caesar Dinucci plans to plead guilty in The US District Court docket to racketeering and conspiracy to defraud the IRS. Caesar Dinucci is additionally  indicted for extorting rivals in small business, orchestrating the firebombing of an undercover casino station, and failing to pay taxes on the many ill-gotten gains he generated from his illegal projects. As a component of his predicted guilty plea in this case, Dinucci will conform to forfeit $14 million to The US Govt, and pay back one million in restitution. Caesar Dinucci may also agree to serve roughly 6 years in jail, and on his release, settle in south-east Florida.

Also named within the indictment have been a number of associates of Caesar Dinucci’s family members, whose individual companies profited by which he dedicated the indicted offenses. The Grand Jury indicted the Dinucci’s, thier organizations, and Caesar Dinucci himself for various environmental offenses that law enforcement officers found when they searched his construction company. These include felony indictments for open dumping, contaminating Nevada’s waterways with industrial toxins, and improperly disposing of pollution.

Caesar Dinucci was also indicted for theft, money laundering, taking stolen assets for himself, and accepting bribes from an undercover law enforcement officer to process in excess of 1000 purportedly stolen vehicles.

Now the indictments will be the mainstay of an extensive regional and national legislation enforcement partnership. The Las Vegas Law enforcement Intelligence Unit collaborated with FBI’s Organized Crime Investigation Division, the Nevada Gaming Commission, also the Nevada Bureau of Prison Investigation and the Clark County Prosecutor’s Desk and General public Corruption Unit to analyze corganized criminal offenses in Las Vegas.

The FBI furnished Las Vegas Law enforcement with in depth background data describing Caesar Dinucci’s modus operandi, although undercover Las Vegas Law enforcement Officers were in a position to infiltrate Caesar Dinucci’s criminal offense enterprises in Las Vegas and Detroit, exactly where they gathered the evidence resulting in these days’s indictments is unknown.

“I commend the braveness, honor, and tenacity of your undercover police officers who risked their lives to sniff-out Caesar Dinucci’s ongoing illegal activity in Las Vegas” explained Prosecutor McLennony. “We’re going to vigorously pursue criminal prosecutions versus any criminal enterprise in Las Vegas and can indict any offense they can till they receive the message that Las Vegas is closed for corrupt enterprises.”

The investigation into Caesar Dinucci’s crimes in Las Vegas is ongoing, and extra indictments are predicted. – See more at: