Bellagio Gunman Arrested After Splashing Cash on Hookers

Bellagio Gunman Arrested After Splashing Cash on Hookers

Scott Alan Carmitchel, the suspect in a Bellagio robbery, was arrested this at the Hard Rock Hotel after a designer shopping spree week. The suspect had been uncooperative and refused to look in court of his own volition. (Image: fox5vegas.com)

Bellagio armed robbery suspect Scott Alan Carmitchel was arrested by Las Vegas police this week during the Hard Rock resort and charged with battery, grand larceny, burglary, and robbery having a weapon that is deadly.

Carmitchel, 34, who lives in Kansas, possesses long criminal background, is accused of going into the Bellagio casino in the evening of Friday, July 25 and robbing a cashier at gunpoint, before you make off with $43,000. The cashier told police she feared on her behalf life.

Legislation enforcement officers were led to a space at the Hard Rock after a tip-off from a tourist who became suspicious of the man who paid him $300 to rent a $405 room at the hotel. The suspect initially told officers his name was Scott Rice and claimed he had found a black colored bag full of cash into the Bellagio parking lot, with identification although he was unable to provide them.

He later acknowledged it was his image on Bellagio surveillance footage, but denied any understanding of the crime, claiming he had visited the casino that night, but had no memory of what had taken spot.

Shopping Spree

On searching the room, authorities found $10,000 in cash and a BB gun matching the