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Old 09-14-2007, 11:20 AM   #1
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O.J. Simpson suspect in another crime

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Police: O.J. Simpson Questioned In Hotel Theft
Police Say Break-In Involved Sports Memorabilia

POSTED: 5:21 am PDT September 14, 2007
UPDATED: 7:51 am PDT September 14, 2007
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LAS VEGAS -- Las Vegas police confirmed early Friday morning that O.J. Simpson has been questioned after someone alleged that he was involved in a theft at Palace Station casino.

The person alleged that sports memorabilia had been stolen, but neither Simpson nor several others who were questioned have been arrested or charged in connection with the incident, said police spokesman Jose Montoya.

FOX5 News interviewed a man, Thomas Riccio, who claims to have witnessed the incident which sparked the allegations. Riccio said he works for Universal Rarities, an auction house based in California, and that a customer had contacted him recently and said he had personal items that had belonged to O.J. Simpson. The customer claimed to have confiscated the items from Simpson because Simpson owed them money, Riccio told FOX5 News.

Simpson, perhaps believing the items were still rightfully his own, walked into a hotel room at Palace Station on Thursday night along with several other people and reclaimed the items in question, Riccio said. Simpson did not use force when entering the room and was unarmed, and never acted violently during the ordeal, Riccio said.
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The allegations against Simpson are garnering national headlines, coincidentally, on the same day that his new book "If I Did It," is scheduled to be released.

He was supposed to give a deposition today in Miami in a bankruptcy case involving his eldest daughter. It was canceled, because Simpson had told attorneys that he would be out of town, officials said. Keep up with the latest on this breaking news story on FOX5 and KVVU.com.

Copyright 2006 by KVVU.com. The Associated Press contributed to this report.
http://www.fox5vegas.com/news/14112984/detail.html

Do you think any chance he gets the death penelty for this if he gets convicted? Only way justice will be served.
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