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GUILTY: Three found guilty of operating illegal electronic games

Three men were found guilty in Columbus County of operating an illegal electronic games at their sweepstakes parlors. Three men were found guilty in Columbus County of operating an illegal electronic games at their sweepstakes parlors.
James Bradley Reaves (Source: Columbus Co. Jail) James Bradley Reaves (Source: Columbus Co. Jail)
Gregory Scott Powell (Source: Columbus Co. Jail) Gregory Scott Powell (Source: Columbus Co. Jail)
Arnold Kay Williamson (Source: Columbus Co. Jail) Arnold Kay Williamson (Source: Columbus Co. Jail)

COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WECT) – Three men were found guilty in Columbus County of operating an illegal electronic games at their sweepstakes parlors.

According to prosecutors, a judge put James Bradley Reaves, Gregory Scott Powell, and Arnold Kay Williamson on unsupervised probation.

Deputies with the Columbus County Sheriff's office seized several gaming machines from businesses in Whiteville, Tabor City and the New Hope area in August.

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