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Video Gaming Crackdown

Updated: Monday, January 7 2013, 08:30 PM EST

Local businesses with video sweepstakes machines have been given their final warning to get rid of them. The Buncombe County Sheriff's Office mapped out a plan to enforce a ban recently upheld by the state supreme court.  The district attorney says anyone still operating sweepstakes machines has one week to shut them down or face charges. The sheriff says deputies will begin targeting known gaming parlors first, then rely on complaints from the public.


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