Two Bay Area gambling halls caught up in a multiyear criminal racketeering investigation have reached a settlement with state regulators.
The gaming director of one of the two Bay Area gambling clubs raided last week has been charged with allegedly moving millions of dollars through his personal accounts.
15 people involved with Artichoke Joe’s Casino and the Oaks Card Club have been charged with racketeering, extortion and narcotics crimes.
State and federal agents were involved in coordinated raids at Bay Area card clubs Wednesday morning in an apparent crackdown on illegal gambling and organized crime.
A series of raids in the Bay Area Tuesday morning resulted in the arrests of 16 members of the “Insane Viet Thugs” gang, a spokeswoman for the California Attorney General’s Office said.
Americans everywhere have been asked to carve out some time this weekend to clean out their medicine cabinets. Bay Area police stations are standing by Saturday to accept unwanted prescription drugs. KCBS Janice Wright Reporting: […]