The Missouri Gaming Commission is recommending that Mark Twain Casino be fined for multiple cheating incidents.

The commission Wednesday approved a preliminary order for disciplinary action to levy a $50,000 fine to the LaGrange casino for failure to take corrective action and not immediately reporting suspicions that gaming laws were being violated between December of 2016 and August of 2017.

The alleged cheating incidents at Mark Twain Casino resulted in the arrest of a dealer, a pit manager and a table games supervisor, who were charged with cheating at gambling games. Two were sentenced to probation and community service, while a third awaits a jury trial later this month in Lewis County Circuit Court.