A former Atlantic City casino dealer who's been on the lam for 10 years after being charged with armed robberies of five casinos and a bank has been arrested in Ghana.
The FBI says it got help from Scotland Yard to track down 32-year-old Edmund Osei in April in Accra North, Ghana. He was arrested last week by Ghanaian police after what officials call a diplomatic process.
Osei, who once worked as a poker dealer at the Trump Taj Mahal, is accused of taking $60,000 from casino and a bank during a robbery spree in the summer of 1999.
He disappeared after failing to show up for an arraignment in January 2000.
It's unclear when he'll be returned to the U.S.
Information from: The Press of Atlantic City, http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com