A man has plead guilty on Thursday to assaulting a casino patron last August. In accordance with the plea agreement, Arimis Stuckman, 23, must serve 85 percent or six years, nine months and 24 days, before becoming eligible for parole. Upon his release from prison the defendant must also complete a five-year-term of parole supervision. The incident took place at the Trump Taj Mahal last year.
During the plea hearing, Stuckman admitted that at approximately 7 a.m. on March 17, 2010, he and a co-defendant attacked a 54-year-old man in a casino bathroom and stole the victim’s jacket, money and various credit and casino cards.
Stuckman will be sentenced on Aug. 5. His co-defendant, Darnell Dumpson, 31, of Atlantic City, also entered a guilty plea to armed robbery in January and will be sentenced at a later date. The defendants were indicted on April 27, 2010.