An Atlantic City casino manager has been indicted on state obstruction charges. James Curtis, 36, of Brigantine, was charged on Wednesday (May 22) with fourth-degree promoting prostitution and fourth-degree obstructing administration of law. The Atlantic County grand jury indictment alleges that on June 24, 2011, Curtis, who was a security manager at Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, obstructed an investigation into prostitution at the casino. An investigation determined that Curtis, in his capacity as security manager, received an e-mail about the presence of undercover detectives conducting prostitution details. It is alleged that Curtis forwarded the e-mail to a woman that he knew was a prostitute in an effort to obstruct the investigation. He faces up to 18 months in jail if convicted.