Police were able to use video surveillance to discover that Paris had left the hotel in a red car, the Sun-Sentinel reported. Police at the hotel were able to trace the car through its license tag to an auto rental company, and the vehicle was equipped with a GPS device, the newspaper reported.
Police found Paris at a motel 4 miles east of the casino and arrested her, police said. She was charged on suspicion of committing grand theft greater than $20,000 and up to $100,000.
"Surveillance video is everywhere," Gary Bitner, a spokesman for the Seminole Tribe of Florida, which owns the resort, told the Sun-Sentinel. "And combined with a GPS tracker on a rental car, police were able to arrest her the same day."
Bond for Paris was set at $5,000, the newspaper reported.