Tinian Dynasty Hotel and Casino and two of its executives have been indicted conspiring to avoid filing reports to the US government on large cash transactions. Prosecutors disclosed that $539,969 had been seized from the casino and its bank accounts since George Que, VIP services manager, was arrested last month. He has been released on bail with a nighttime curfew. A warrant for the arrest of casino manager Tim Blythe is still outstanding. The indictment says that the defendants, if convicted, would forfeit ownership over a further $16.6 million in assets. The struggling casino hotel, which is Tinian’s largest private sector employer, was sold last year to Taiwan’s Howarm Construction Co. by Hong Kong investors.