An Alabama head prosecutor says 13 individuals have been captured in association with a covert examination that prompted the seizure of 128 betting machines. Lauderdale County District Attorney Chris Connolly discloses to AL.com that every individual confessed Tuesday to having unlawful betting machines. Connolly says a covert examination by the district sedate team prompted their capture. Court reports say the examination was started by different grumblings about illicit betting at nearby service stations.
Connolly says there was more than $40,000 in the 128 machines seized. He says it's trusted that cash was assembled in a 24-hour time span. The 13 respondents each got a suspended one-year jail sentence. They were likewise requested to pay $100 for each betting machine in their ownership, with a top of $500.