Georgia police conduct two gambling raids

The state police said that multiple arrests are pending after two gambling raids conducted on Monday.

US.- The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) revealed on Monday that two businesses located in Dublin have been raided. Multiple arrests were made in Georgia after the gambling raids for alleged violation of state laws.

According to a release from the GBI, its gambling unit and the Dublin Police conducted the raids after two search warrants were executed for violations of Georgia’s gambling laws. According to the bureau, agents found during an investigation that the businesses were giving cash payouts on coin-operated machines.

Georgian laws establish that winning credits can only be used for lottery tickets or store merchandise, revealed.

The GBI did not disclose how many people were arrested after the two raids were conducted. However, it said that multiple arrests are pending, though they have not been identified yet.

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