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Couple Will Forfeit $2 Million From Illegal Gambling Operation

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Apr/28/2014
Couple Will Forfeit $2 Million From Illegal Gambling Operation

A defendant in an illegal gambling case out of Oklahoma has agreed to forfeit $2 million in cash and property to the federal government as part of a plea deal. 

The complaint alleges that Adlai Stevenson Brinkley placed illegal slot machines in bars, lodges and veterans' posts throughout Oklahoma and in Kansas.
"For the past 22 years, Adlai Brinkley ... has continuously been the head of a large-scale, illegal gambling enterprise operating throughout the state of Oklahoma with the base of operations located at Star Amusement Incorporated ... in El Reno," a federal investigator reported in a court affidavit in March 2013.
Adlai Brinkley, 52, and his wife, Pamela Brinkley, 51, were charged last week with aiding and abetting each other in the state gambling operation.

- Gilbert Hotowitz, Gambling911.com

 

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