Man charged for false bomb threat to Hollywood Casino in Aurora

Mustadin Muadinov – Photo Aurora Police Department

AURORA – A Chicago man was taken into custody after allegedly threatening casino staff at the Hollywood Casino in Aurora, promoting an evacuation. According to Illinois State Police, on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. 29-year-old Mustadin Muadinov was detained by officials, after allegedly making a statement to casino staff, which was reportedly perceived to be threatening. Through the investigation, officials say they discovered the subject stated he allegedly parked a two-axle box truck in front of the casino. As a precaution the casino and adjoining businesses were evacuated. The Kane County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad reported negative results after conducting a sweep of the box truck. Muadinov was taken into custody by the Aurora Police Department and is being charged with one count of Disorderly Conduct, a Class 3 Felony of making a false bomb threat. He is being held on $4 million dollars bond.