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Murphy men cited for illegal gaming machines

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Two Murphy men face charges for allegedly operating illegal gaming machines.

The Cherokee County Sheriff's Department reports they received several complaints in September regarding Michael Laudecio and Truman Fredrick Kelly operating gaming machines in local businesses.

Investigators executed search warrants and found the machines.

Laudecio and Kelly were cited state gaming machine violations.

The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office appreciates and encourages the public's input on illegal activities. Tips can be submitted at crime.tips@cherokeecounty-nc.gov or at 828-837-1344.

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