Charges filed in relation to Aurora Hollywood Casino evacuation

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AURORA, Ill. (KWQC) - Illinois State Police and the Aurora Police Department officials announced Wednesday afternoon that charges have been filed in relation to the investigation regarding a threat made at the Hollywood Casino in Aurora, Illinois on February 12th, 2019.

Police say, at approximately 2:30 pm on Tuesday a male was detained by ISP officials after he made a statement to casino staff, which was perceived to be threatening nature. Officials investigated and discovered the man stated he parked two-axel box truck in front of the casino. As a precaution, the casino, and adjoining businesses were evacuated. The Kane County Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad conducted a sweep of the box truck and the casino, with negative results.

29-year-old Mustadin Muadinov of Chicago was identified as the suspect. The Kane County State's Attorney's Office has approved one felony count of Disorderly Conduct (Class 3 Felony) for making a false bomb threat. Muadinov attended a bond hearing on February 13th and was given a $4 Million dollar bond.