MGCB’s Flint gambling case settled

MGCB’s Flint gambling case settled

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MGCB’s Flint gambling case settled

The Michigan Gaming Control Board has successfully settled a major enforcement case involving illegal gambling facilities in Flint.

The Michigan Gaming Control Board has settled a large enforcement case involving the former unlawful gambling facilities known as The Cellular Vault, The Vault, and The Flint Arcade, which operated in Flint.

A property nuisance complaint action filed earlier this year against LD Lam Properties, owned by Linos Antonio Kas-Mikha, resulted in Kas-Mikha being restricted from causing any additional nuisance in any other structure or location in Genesee County.

MGCB executive director Henry Williams said:

“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Illegal gambling operations anywhere undermine the integrity of our regulated gaming industry everywhere. The MGCB would like to extend its gratitude to Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley and to all the individuals and agencies who contributed to the successful resolution of this case, including law enforcement partners and community members who provided valuable information.

Williams proceeded to say that positive change can occur when MGCB collaborates and partners with other state agencies and local leaders, as seen by the resolution of this case.

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