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State of Michigan

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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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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MI Residents Receive Probation For Illegal Gambling
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