Two women are in custody after allegedly committing credit card fraud at the Cache Creek Casino Resort, authorities said.
The mother-daughter pair were arrested on suspicion of burglary, grand theft, unauthorized use of a credit card and conspiracy, according to a Yolo County Sheriff's Office news release.
Regina Payne, 44, of Rancho Cordova allegedly completed nine fraudulent credit card transactions totaling more than $34,000 at the tribal casino with the assistance of daughter Keitisha Tucker, 26, a casino cashier.
The transactions occurred between May and September. Sheriff's officials said Payne used multiple fictitious credit cards and a fictitious Illinois driver's license for the transactions.
Both were taken to Yolo County Jail on Tuesday. Payne is being held in lieu of $215,000 bail, while Tucker's bail is $100,000.