Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Officer Caleb Rogers was arraigned today on charges of "burglary with a firearm, assault with a deadly weapon, and two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon" for robbing the Rio Casino yesterday according to a press release from the LVMPD (see .pdf link above map). His bail was set at $250,000 after prosecutors made it known that Rogers is also suspected of robbing the Aliante Casino and Red Rock Casino (watch bail hearing below). The LVMPD has placed Rogers on administrative leave without pay pending the outcome of the case and an internal investigation. Rogers has not posted bail and is currently in custody at the Clark County Detention Center assigned to housing unit ST2C according to the Clark County Website (http://redrock.clarkcountynv.gov/ccdcincustody/inCustodySearch.aspx).
According to media reports, Rogers entered the Rio Casino on the 4100 block of South Valley View Boulevard where security had detained a suspect that responding officers recognized as one of their own. Exactly how Rogers tried to rob the Rio Casino is not clear at this time. One would think that a police officer would be trained well enough to pull off a simple robbery, but for whatever reason he wasn't any better at it than your average dopehead in this most recent case. He has been with the LVMPD since 2015, so it wasn't due to lack of experience.
According to public records, Caleb Mitchell Rogers is a 33 year old resident of North Las Vegas, Nevada. He has no prior criminal history.