Quinton Carter, a Denver Broncos safety, had felony gambling charges against him dropped by prosecutors on Monday.
Carter, 24, was charged March 9 with three felony counts of a fraudulent act against a gaming casino in North Las Vegas.
Carter was accused of placing $5 chips on a craps table at the Texas Station casino after the dice was rolled. Security officers said he was videotaped adding three bets to the table too late, according to the police report.
Each single charge could have carried a potential sentence of one to six years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Carter immediately said he would be cleared of all wrongdoing and he was. (Denver Post)
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