BY REBECCA SHEEHAN
Casino gamblers are always looking for an edge, but some may take it a little too far. For example, a New Jersey man pushed it to the limit at the Mohegan Sun Casino in eastern Connecticut. He got arrested for marking cards with an ink-like substance that could only be seen from those wearing special contact lenses.
According to state police and the Associated Press report, Bruce Koloshi, 54, from Summit, was charged Sunday morning with cheating, conspiracy, criminal impersonation and for being a fugitive from justice. Koloshi was also charged with giving a fake name upon being processed and fingerprinted after his arrest.