Hawaii officials pursue stronger deterrents for illegal game rooms
By Peter Boylan firstname.lastname@example.org
April 19, 2022
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Authorities intend to use this property at 845 McCully St. as a “test case” to determine whether civil nuisance abatement actions can be an effective tool in shutting down illegal gambling rooms, according to Matthew Dvonch, special counsel to the prosecuting attorney.