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Police seize 16 gambling machines, arrest woman in Liliha raid

  • HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                Honolulu police seized 16 gambling machines and cash during a raid at an illegal game room in Liliha Tuesday night.

    HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT

    Honolulu police seized 16 gambling machines and cash during a raid at an illegal game room in Liliha Tuesday night.

  • HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                Honolulu police seized 16 gambling machines and cash during a raid at an illegal game room in Liliha Tuesday night.

    HONOLULU POLICE DEPARTMENT

    Honolulu police seized 16 gambling machines and cash during a raid at an illegal game room in Liliha Tuesday night.

Honolulu police arrested a 44-year-old woman and seized 16 gambling machines and cash during a raid at an illegal game room in Liliha Tuesday night.

Officers of the Narcotics/Vice Division executed a search warrant at the game room with assistance from the Specialized Services Division, police said.

A police arrest log shows officers arrested the woman at 1466 Liliha St. just after 9:20 p.m. for promoting gambling in the second degree and possession of gambling devices. She was released after posting $4,000 bail.

To report illegal gambling, call the Narcotics/Vice 24-hour hotline at 808-723-3933.

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