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Las Vegas police officers’ brother testifies against him in casino heist case

Former Nevada Police Officer Caleb Rogers has been accused of robbing a casino in Las Vegas for more than $73,000 in November 2021.
Rogers’ brother testified in his trial detailing the planning that went into the robbery, his brother claimed he initially thought the plan was a joke.
Caleb Rogers could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted of brandishing a department-issued weapon during one of the robberies.

At first, Josiah Rogers said he thought his older brother, a Las Vegas police officer, was joking when he brought up the idea of robbing a casino. But then the conversation took a turn, and soon they were putting a plan together for a heist in November 2021, he said.

Rogers revealed details of the extensive planning that went into the robbery when he took the stand Thursday and testified for several hours against his brother, Caleb Rogers, who was on trial this week over a trio of casino heists in late 2021 and early 2022. The jury began deliberating Thursday afternoon and will resume Friday morning.
Caleb Rogers, 35, could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted of brandishing a department-issued weapon in one of the robberies. He was employed as an active-duty patrol officer at the time of the heists.


Josiah Rogers said his role in the scheme was the getaway driver. To prepare, he said, he drove to the Red Rock Casino off the Las Vegas Strip to find the best escape route. They also purchased a gray cover for his pickup truck and cut out holes so he could see out the windows while driving.

Jurors were captivated by his testimony, scribbling down notes and darting their eyes back and forth between the brothers in the courtroom. But Caleb Rogers avoided eye contact with his brother, who was granted immunity from prosecution for sharing details about how they carried out their robbery.

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