Couple Who Jumped To Deaths From Las Vegas Casino Had Money Troubles Records Show

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A Henderson couple who died Wednesday night in an apparent suicide at the Silverton Casino, in Las Vegas, had a recent history of financial trouble, records show.

Emi and Glen Yamasaki, both 63, were observed arriving at the Silverton’s fifth floor parking garage, climbed a wall and jumped, police said. But now we are learning the couple had several cases pending against them in court.


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Clark County District Court records show that Discover Bank filed a complaint against the couple in April over their credit card debt. Records show that the parties reached a settlement in November, and a judgment for about $15,400 was entered against the couple Dec. 2. The agreement, signed by Emi Yamasaki on Nov. 4, called for the couple to make monthly payments of $200. Henderson Justice Court records show that their next-door neighbors, Gerald and Charlene Parker, then sued the Yamasaki’s on Dec. 15 in small-claims court for $2,400. The complaint claims the Yamasaki’s owe “for annual payment of $3,000 due March 16, 2016 less $600 already paid.” Court records contain the following details: “Original note for $30,000 was made March 16, 2011 payable in 10 installments of $3,000 due March 16 annually with no interest starting 3/16/12. Four payments have been made.” h/t reviewjournal

A court date in that case was scheduled for Feb. 28.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Yamasaki’s family and friends at this difficult time.

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