Northeast Ohio man charged in gambling ring probe

CLEVELAND (AP) — A man has been indicted on gambling and
other charges in a multi-agency investigation of an alleged gambling
ring in northeastern Ohio.
Authorities said Wednesday that a
Cuyahoga County grand jury in Cleveland indicted 61-year-old Martin
Sarcyk on multiple counts of gambling, money laundering and
having criminal tools.
Investigators say they served more than 15
search warrants Wednesday at several businesses and residences in
northeastern Ohio and connected Sarcyk to a number of the sites.
Court
records don’t list an attorney for the North Royalton man. Calls to a
home phone listing were met with busy signals Wednesday.
Ohio’s
Department of Public Safety says the gambling ring probe is part of a
larger, ongoing investigation into the production, distribution and
operation of electronic video slot machines.
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CLEVELAND (AP) — A man has been indicted on gambling and
other charges in a multi-agency investigation of an alleged gambling
ring in northeastern Ohio.
Authorities said Wednesday that a
Cuyahoga County grand jury in Cleveland indicted 61-year-old Martin
Sarcyk on multiple counts of gambling, money laundering and
having criminal tools.
Investigators say they served more than 15
search warrants Wednesday at several businesses and residences in
northeastern Ohio and connected Sarcyk to a number of the sites.
Court
records don’t list an attorney for the North Royalton man. Calls to a
home phone listing were met with busy signals Wednesday.
Ohio’s
Department of Public Safety says the gambling ring probe is part of a
larger, ongoing investigation into the production, distribution and
operation of electronic video slot machines.
Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights
reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or
redistributed.