Sheriff Faile puts sweepstakes-type gaming operators on notice
By Greg Summers
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 7:00 am (Updated: February 6, 7:01 am)
Lancaster County Sheriff Barry Faile has three words of caution this week for people who don’t remove sweepstakes gaming machines from their businesses: “Take your chances.”
With the state Legislature on its way to closing a perceived loophole regarding the legality of sweepstakes machines, Faile is joining with several law enforcement agencies throughout the state to crack down on those using or possessing the machines.
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