The man accused in an armed robbery that netted about $1.5 million in casino chips from the Bellagio is scheduled to appear in court Monday.
Anthony Michael Carleo, the 29-year-old son of a judge, is scheduled to make his first court appearance in connection with the Dec. 14 case. Carleo's hearing is before a Las Vegas justice of the peace on armed robbery and burglary charges.
Carleo also uses the last name of his father, Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge George Assad.
Videos showed the motorcycle helmet-wearing robber waving a gun as he ran from the Bellagio.
Police said they can account for $1.2 million of the loot. They allege that Carleo gambled away hundreds of thousands of dollars and sold some high-value $25,000 chips after the gunpoint robbery.