LANSING (WWJ) — A scheme to steal money from a Detroit casino will net prison time for several players and a former casino dealer.

Darryl Green, 53, a former dealer at Motor City Casino, allegedly paid out or didn’t collect on losing bets to six other defendants while playing Texas Hold ‘em.

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Five of seven defendants charged in relation to a cheating conspiracy scheme at the casino have pled guilty.

The five guilty pleas:

Roxanna Mckinney, 49, Farmington Hills, pled guilty to a felony and agreed to testify against codefendants.

Eugene Davis, Jr, 32, Detroit, pled guilty to a felony and agreed to testify against codefendants.

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Hayward Stampley, 57, West Bloomfield, pled guilty to a felony and agreed to testify against codefendents.

Calvin Pullom, 47, Detroit, pled guilty to attempted larceny and agreed to testify against codefendents:

Earl Railey, 65, Detroit, pled guilty to four felonies, including conspiracy to cheat and larceny.

Green and Leah Smith, 42, will next appear in court on May 27.

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The investigation showed the other six defendants in the case knew Green and associated with him outside of the casino prior to and after the alleged cheating.