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Odessa Police Raid Game Rooms Across The City

ODESSA - Odessa Police have raided several game rooms around the city as part of investigation.

Police did not provide may details as the investigation is still ongoing, but officials did say they executed five search warrants Saturday looking for evidence of illegal activity.

The Ector County District Attorney's Office along with Federal and State agencies assisted OPD officers.

The locations raided include:

  • The Life of Luxury-2828 Andrews Hwy
  • 888 Gameroom-4241 N. Dixie
  • The Lucky Game-2615 N. Grandview
  • Vegas Vegas-4300 Andrews Hwy
  • 3908 Norfolk

Police said they could not provide an exact time when more information would be released.

 

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