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No boost in crime after opening of Graton Rancheria casino

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The Graton Resort and Casino opened on November 5. Photo from Instagram

Authorities say the opening of the casino by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria in California hasn't led to a rise in crime.

The tribe opened the $825 million Graton Resort and Casino in early November. Figures show that crime remained mostly flat.

β€œAt first blush, it would seem to me that in fact the opening of the casino has not materially altered our picture of crime in Rohnert Park,” city council member Jake Mackenzie told The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat . β€œI don't think any of the dire forecasts have been borne out at all.”

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No spike in Rohnert Park crime last year (The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat 2/10)

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