RIVERSIDE (AP) — Prosecutors say two Orange County men used stolen ATM card numbers to rack up about $25,000 in slot machine jackpots at a Southern California casino.

Investigators say 32-year-old Hung Nguyen of Stanton and 28-year-old Eric Hoang of Garden Grove used stolen Visa debit card numbers to buy gift cards at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula. The gift credits were then transferred to players cards in the name of the defendants.

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The Riverside Press-Enterprise says Nguyen has been charged in Superior Court with grand theft, fraud and burglary and he will be arraigned April 28. Prosecutors have yet to file charges against Hoang.

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Both men are also facing federal charges.

They were indicted last month for bank fraud, access device fraud, aggravated identity theft and related charges.

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