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#Michigan regulator urges bettors to wager responsibly on the Super Bowl The Michigan Gaming Control Board has launched a responsible betting campaign ahead of the event.

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The Michigan Gaming Control Board has launched a responsible betting campaign ahead of the event.
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Oakland, Jackson County residents sentenced for roles in former Waterford Township illegal gambling operation following state investigation

Two Oakland County residents and one Jackson County resident were sentenced for their roles in an illegal gambling operation at the now-closed Fortune Internet Café, 3474 Pontiac LakeRd., Waterford. Shelly Ann Leinenger, 61, of Pontiak pleaded guilty to one felony count of gambling operations and was sentenced Nov. 16 to a day in jail with credit for one day, a $1,000 fine and $258 in fees and court costs. Shannon Leigh Molin, 46, from Jackson pleaded to maintaining a gambling house for gain and got two days in prison. All gambling-related money and evidence was ordered forfeited to the State of Michigan.
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Four individuals sentenced for illegal gambling operations at Macomb, Genesee County locations

Three Macomb County residents were sentenced for their roles in running an illegal gambling operation at Jackpott's of Sterling Heights. Sam Daoud, 52, of Macomber Heights, was ordered to pay $300 in court costs, $130 in crime victim costs and $68 in state costs. Nadia Daoud, 50, from Sterling Hills was placed on probation for 18 months. Kim Green, 44, pleaded guilty to a high court misdemeanor, Maintaining a Gambling House for Gain. Andrew Reip, 54, and Christina Reips, 56, pled guilty on July 18, 2022, to Maintain a gambling house for gain. Peter Yerian, 36, plead guilty in August 2022 to maintaining a gambling house.
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State investigators seize 67 gambling devices, cash from two alleged Flint storefront casinos

Investigators seized 67 gambling devices, cash and business records from two alleged Flint storefront casinos. The Cellular Vault contained 39 computers used to play slot-style games and Cellular Bank housed 11 slot machines similar to those seen in a commercial casino. In April, investigators removed 100 devices used for gambling and $29,200 in suspected gambling profits from The State Road Spot in Davison and The Bristol Spot, Burton. Michigan citizens are encouraged to report suspicious or illegal gambling by calling the MGCB’s 24-hour anonymous tip line, 888-314-2682.
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Michigan investigators seize gaming machines and cash in raids

Raids took place in Redford Township, Taylor and Allen Park gas stations and at a Flint-area store on September 28 and 29. Investigators removed one gaming machine from each gas station and 53 machines from the Mundy Township storefront. $9,141 in alleged gaming-related cash was seized. The raids were associated with joint investigations led by the Michigan Department of Attorney General and the Gaming Control Board.
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State investigators seize 56 alleged gambling machines from Redford Township, Taylor and Allen Park gas stations, Flint area storefront

State investigators seized 56 alleged gambling machines from Redford Township, Taylor and Allen Park gas stations and a Flint area storefront. The Hot Spot is a storefront at 5542 Fenton Road, Mundy Township. $12,700 in alleged illegal gambling profits was seized. $9,141 in cash was also seized when search warrants were executed at the Mundry Township storefront on Sept. 29. Michigan Gaming Control Board works closely with local law enforcement agencies to investigate allegedillegal gambling locations. It's a crime to gamble without the protections associated with legal, regulated gaming.
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Michigan Continues Raids Of Gambling Storefronts

Michigan continues its crackdown on illegal gambling. Investigators seized 56 gaming machines and more than $12,700 in alleged illegal profits during raids Sept. 28 and 29 at Redford Township, Taylor and Allen Park gas stations and a Flint-area store. The Hot Spot is a storefront at 5542 Fenton Road, Mundy Township near Flint. Three Detroit casinos reported $106.14 million in monthly aggregate revenue in August. Table games and slots generated $104.48 million and sports betting produced $1.66 million.
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Michigan investigators seize 56 alleged gambling machines during several raids

Investigators seized 56 gaming machines and more than $12,700 in alleged illegal gambling profits during raids on 28 and 29 September at Redford Township, Taylor and Allen Park gas stations and a Flint-area store. The Hot Spot is a storefront at 5542 Fenton Road, Mundy Township near Flint. The investigation targeted alleged gambling at gas station located at 25845 Eight Mile Road in Redfords Township and 8808 Pelham Road and 19350 Ecorse Road at Allen park. A total of $9,141 in cash was seized when search warrants were executed at the Mundry Township storefront.
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56 alleged gambling machines siezed during raids by state investigators

56 alleged gambling machines siezed during raids by state investigators. Raids by investigators netted 56 gaming machines and more than $12,700 in alleged illegal gambling profits from gas stations in Wayne county and a storefront in the Flint-area. The Hot Spot is a store at 5542 Fenton Road, Mundy Township, near Flint. The raids were associated with several joint investigations led by the Michigan Department of Attorney General and the Gaming Control Board. They targeted allegedillegal gambling at gas station located at 25845 Eight Mile Road in Redford Township and 8808 Pelham Road. Taylor, and 19350 Ecorse Road in Allen Park.
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56 alleged gambling machines siezed during raids by state investigators
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MI Residents Receive Probation For Illegal Gambling

Several Michigan residents received probation for illegal gambling. Three Macomb County residents and one Wayne County resident were sentenced in Macomber's 16th Circuit Court. Sam Daoud, 52, of Sterling Heights entered a guilty plea to one felony count of Gambling Operations. Nadia Daoud, 50, was ordered to pay court costs of $600, $130 in crime victim costs, and $68 in state costs. Kim Green, 44, pleaded guilty to a high court misdemeanor, Maintaining a Gabbling House for Gain. She paid a fine of $978, served two days in jail and received six months of probation. Brian Shufeldt, 42, pled guilty and was fined $300. He was also ordered by the court to paid $500 in court and crime victims costs and state expenses.
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Illinois investigators seize slot machines and cash in illegal gambling raid

Illinois investigators seize slot machines and cash in illegal gambling raid. The raids took place on 18 August at The Cellular Vault and Cellular Bank in Flint. They confiscated 11 video slot machine, 56 computers and $10,141 in suspected gambling proceeds and gift cards. The investigation also found that Cellular bank had been providing patrons with a card with PIN number, allowing them to wager online from offsite locations including their own homes.
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State seizes 67 gambling devices, cash from alleged storefront casinos in Flint

The raids took place at The Cellular Vault and Cellular Bank in Flint. The equipment and cash were removed as part of a joint investigation into the businesses. Michigan Department of Attorney General and the Michigan Gaming Control Board received several anonymous tips regarding both Flint locations. The Flint area has been a hotbed for investigations into illegal gambling by the state. In April, investigators removed 100 devices used for gambling and $29,200 in suspected gambling profits from two other alleged storefront casinos in Davison and Burton.
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State seizes 67 gambling devices, cash from alleged storefront casinos in Flint
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Michigan investigators seize 67 devices from two alleged storefront casinos

Investigators confiscated 11 video slot machines and 56 computers allegedly used for illegal gambling. $10,141 in suspected gambling proceeds and gift cards were also confiscated in raids at two Flint locations. The Cellular Vault contained 39 computers used to play slot-style games and Cellular Bank housed 11 slot machine machines. In April, investigators removed 100 devices used in alleged storefront casinos from two other alleged casinos in Davison and Burton.
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11 slot machines, 56 gambling computers confiscated from 2 businesses in Flint, officials say

11 video slot machines and 56 computers were confiscated from two businesses in Flint. $10,141 in suspected gambling proceeds and gift cards were also found. The Cellular Vault and Cellular Bank were raided Thursday. The State Road Spot in Davison and The Bristol Spot in Burton were investigated in April. Michiganders can report suspicious or illegal gambling operations by calling the MGCB’s 24-hour anonymous tip line at 888-314-2682.
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Trio faces sentencing on felony, misdemeanor charges for operating illegal gambling site

Anthony Todd Sutton, Kara Marie Shilling and Marjorie Jeanette Jean Brown are accused of operating an illegal gambling operation at Spin City in Flint Township. They are to be sentenced on Wednesday, 1 June at 9 a.m. in Ingham County Circuit Court. They could face up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up $100,000. The Michigan Department of Attorney General helps lead investigations and prosecutes cases of alleged illegal betting in the state. It was contacted by the MGCB in June 2018 about reports of illegal gaming at the business.
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Alleged Lansing storefront casino locations' games confiscated

Lansing Police and Michigan Gaming Control Board conducted raids at two alleged storefront casinos in Lansing recently. The raids took place at Bourbon Street in the Logan Square Shopping Center and 777 Games of Skill in South Cedar Street. At Logan square, 28 slot machines, one virtual blackjack table and other casino-style games were removed. at the Southedar Street location, 13 full-size slot machine and seven other gambling games, and $91,532 in suspected gambling proceeds were taken. In July 2018, a Lansing woman was sentenced to jail and four others received lesser sentences for conducting an illegal gambling operation in a store at Logansquare shopping center.
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Alleged storefront casinos in Lansing raided for more than $91K, officials say

Alleged storefront casinos in Lansing raided for more than $91K, officials say. The raids were carried out by the Michigan Department of Attorney General and Lansing Police Department investigators. In October 2021, the Lansing police department contacted the MGCB seeking assistance in investigating alleged illegal gambling operations. A Lansing woman was sentenced to jail and four others pleaded guilty and received lesser sentences for conducting an illegal business in the Logan Square shopping center. In 2018, a Lansing resident was convicted of operating an unlicensed gambling business. in a store at the shopping centre.
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Alleged storefront casinos in Lansing raided for more than $91K, officials say