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Illegal gambling business closed
June 28, 2013, 05:00 AM

After a several-month investigation, South San Francisco police shut down an illegal gambling establishment on the 2200 block of Gellert Boulevard and first block of South Linden Avenue and arrested its operator, 53-year-old Frederick Zupancic, of Pacifica.

Search warrants were served Wednesday morning and police searched four different sites, including homes in Alameda and Pacifica, according to police.

Police seized $40,000 in cash, multiple gambling devices and documentation related to the illegal gambling operation, according to police.

 

 

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