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Figures arrested in connection with gambling ring

1:51 PM, Mar 13, 2013   |    comments
  • Samer George Saloum
  • Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5-30 Vice President Robbie Freitas was allegedly taken into custody Tuesday and could possibly face charges of racketeering relating to the use of lottery machines in several Allied Veterans of the World Posts/Centers in Jacksonville.
  • Chase Burns, the owner of International Internet Technologies (IIT) in Oklahoma, is accused of providing illegal gaming software to outlets in Florida, violating the state's gaming laws.
  • Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5-30 President Nelson Cuba was allegedly taken into custody Tuesday and could possibly face charges of racketeering relating to the use of lottery machines in several Allied Veterans of the World Posts/Centers in Jacksonville.
  • Lawyer Kelly Mathis, who owns law firm Mathis & Murphy, was also arrested Tuesday in the investigation, according to the law enforcement source.
  • Michael Scott Davis
  • Salim Salum
  • Tamara Cook Gross
  • Mazen Salloum
  • Michael Wayne Ryles
  • National Commander of Allied Veterans of the World Jerry Wayne Bass, 62, was arrested Tuesday by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office on an out-of-county warrant regarding "keeping a gambling house," according to a JSO report.
    
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Forty-nine people, including leaders of Jacksonville's Fraternal Order of Police, are in custody following a multi-agency investigation into an estimated $300 million illegal gambling ring.

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