Indiana State Trooper Caught in Poker Club Bust
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By THE INDY STAR
Indiana State Police will investigate a trooper who was ticketed during a raid on Northeastside poker club.
Trooper Kyle D. Freeman, 30, a seven-year veteran assigned to the Indianapolis post [of the State Police] was cited for unlawful gambling, a misdemeanor.
Freeman was put on administrative duties and an internal investigation will be conducted, state police announced today in a press release.
Indianapolis metropolitan police raided a club at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 3900 block of Pendleton Way after a year-long vice investigation into illegal gambling.
Police arrested three men - one who had a firearm in his boot - and issued summons arrests to 60 people – including Freeman -- for illegal gambling.
Players ranged in ages from 18 to 70, were males and females and reside in Marion, Hancock, Morgan, and Hamilton counties, police said.
About $6,000 was seized from the establishment, in addition to poker chips, computers, flat screens and other gambling paraphernalia."
Labels: "Internet Poker Player"