Oak Brook man charged in video gambling theft

  • Vincenzo Dublino

    Vincenzo Dublino

Daily Herald report
Updated 10/29/2019 7:04 PM

A 45-year-old Oak Brook man who works for a video gambling operator has been charged with theft and forgery after Illinois Gaming Board and Illinois State Police investigators said he stole from his employer and submitted falsified reimbursement forms.

Vincenzo Dublino was arrested Tuesday at his home, and his bail was set at $50,000 in DuPage County. He posted the required 10% to be released.


According to a DuPage County grand jury indictment handed down late last week, Dublino was charged with theft of more than $500 from Accel Entertainment Gaming LLC because he sought reimbursement May 7, 2017, for installing awnings at a Zuppa Cafe, address not listed, but the money was used on other projects. The forgery indictment alleges he submitted false documentation -- a proposal on Jan. 16, 2017, for installing the awnings.

The gaming board said it is in the process of revoking Dublino's gaming license.

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