More illegal gaming devices found

  • Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Two more illegal gaming devices have been discovered by the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office.
According to a BCSO release, deputies with its Drug Enforcement Unit along with agents from SLED, conducted an investigation at the Hidden Cove in Moncks Corner on May 14.
The investigation was in reference to complaints of illegal gaming devices at the establishment just off the Tail Race Canal at 547-A Reid Hill Road.
Agents found two operational illegal gaming devices inside, the BCSO reported.
When the owner arrived on scene he was issued a citation for permitting an act which constitutes a crime, and the gaming devices valued at $1,500 each were confiscated. 


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