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3 arrested following game room search in Ector Co.

Ping Zhao (Source: Ector County Sheriff's Office) Ping Zhao (Source: Ector County Sheriff's Office)
Martha Galindo (Source: Ector County Sheriff's Office) Martha Galindo (Source: Ector County Sheriff's Office)
Kyun Kim (Source: Ector County Sheriff's Office) Kyun Kim (Source: Ector County Sheriff's Office)
ECTOR COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

Three people are out on bond following a game room search last Thursday.

The Ector County Sheriff's Office said they executed a search warrant at the Gameroom located at 48th St. and Andrews Hwy.

Ping Zhao, 35, Martha Galindo, 25, and Kyun Kim, 32, were all arrested and charged with possession of a gambling devices or paraphernalia.

Deputies said during the course of the search warrant, investigators seized approximately $13,800.

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