The Michigan Gaming Control Board introduced a raid of suspected unlawful playing.
According to regulators, investigators seized 100 playing gadgets, $29,204 in suspected playing earnings and 62 reward playing cards of various denominations from two alleged Flint space storefront casinos in raids carried out April 27.
Search warrants had been executed at The State Road Spot, 723 South State Road, Davison, and The Bristol Spot, 1374 East Bristol Road, Burton.
The raids adopted a joint investigation by the Michigan Department of Attorney General and Michigan Gaming Control Board.
“Illegal gambling machine operations bring unwanted crime to communities across Michigan and deprive school districts of gaming tax revenue from the state to support education,” mentioned Henry Williams, MGCB government director. “The MGCB works to educate citizens and businesses about illegal gambling and to support state and local officials’ efforts to remove machines used illegally.”
At The Burton Spot, 35 machines — 12 full-size standalone gaming machines and 23 gaming laptop towers — had been seized. At The State Road Spot, 65 machines — 11 standalone gaming machines and 54 gaming laptop towers — had been seized.
The MGCB launched an investigation with the Department of Attorney General after receiving a tip concerning the Burton location, which led to the invention of the affiliated Davison operation.