Arundel raids bring in 12 slot machines, $3,367

November 24, 1994|By Gregory P. Kane | Gregory P. Kane,Sun Staff Writer

It took three days, but Anne Arundel County police finally finished counting the thousands of quarters recovered in weekend raids that brought in 12 illegal slot machines from seven bars and a pool hall.

Police recovered $3,367.75 (13,471 quarters) during Saturday raids in Pasadena, Glen Burnie, Odenton and Laurel.

The owners have 30 days to prove that their machines were not used for gambling. Otherwise, the machines will "be flattened with a bulldozer," said a police spokesman.

Police confiscated machines at:

* Captain Buck's in the 8100 block of Fort Smallwood Road -- one machine and $462.25 recovered.

* Stoney Creek Inn in the 8100 block of Fort Smallwood Road -- one machine and $900 recovered.

* Crossroads Tavern in the 7300 block of Ritchie Highway -- one machine and $181 recovered.

* Golden Cup Billiards in the 1600 block of Annapolis Road -- two machines and $38.25 recovered.

* Club 602 in the 3200 block of Fort Meade Road -- three machines and $1343.25 recovered.

* Chet's Place in the 7900 block of Elizabeth Road -- one machine and $71.50 recovered.

* Shane T's Tavern in the 8100 block of Waterford Road -- two machines and $9 recovered.

* Rusty's Pub in the 7300 block of Fort Smallwood Road -- one machine and $362.50 recovered.

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