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Little Rock man pleads guilty in illegal gambling case, surrenders former business, Chenal Circle home

By Linda Satter

This article was published October 21, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.


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A Little Rock man on Friday surrendered his former business, the Chicot Game Room in Mabelvale, and his former Chenal Circle home to the federal government in the course of pleading guilty to charges of tax evasion and operating an illegal gambling house.


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Print Headline: Casino, tax case in LR gets plea; IRS to take real estate, cash

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TomHoneycutt says... October 21, 2017 at 7:01 a.m.

So, what took the IRS and Little Rock Police 10 years to discover this operation, and get a conviction?

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BEARTRAP919 says... October 21, 2017 at 12:29 p.m.

File and Pay your taxes, and you will have few problems, Al Capone could have given this Person some good advice about the IRS. DO NOT SCREW WITH THE IRS, THEY WILL BURY YOU

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aldrewpace says... October 22, 2017 at 1:37 p.m.

I'm trying to understand how some people can be arrest & or order to pay for illegal gambling & the person who is owner of Hot Springs Gaming as they want to call & makes a very large amount of money, doesn't have to shut that business down or even the ones who owns & runs Southland in West Memphis, AR. There no gambling in AR, by law & they're both called gaming. Maybe because some high up people & those owners got a deal going on. Better known as getting paid under the table.
This is no my father's comments, they are mine his daughter's.

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