The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office is serving warrants in a raid of video gaming machines at local convenience stores.
Sheriff Bill Massee said Monday's operation is the culmination of a three month investigation.
"We've had a tremendous amount of complaints," Massee said. "We have had families who have members who have lost up to $25,000."
Deputies expect to seize about 40 machines from nine stores while serving warrants for about 20 people, Massee said.
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