Casino News: Police Officers of Singapore have Raided Illegal Gambling Unit

Police Officers of Singapore have Raided Illegal Gambling Unit

 March 12, 2012, 8:31 am (5 years ago)
Police officers have recently raided one business unit, which was known for conducting illegal online gambling operations. They have detained six men for violating with the rules of CGHA (Common Gaming House Act). The police officials have determined all of the illegal gambling activities after they have gone through closer observation of the business unit. On 20th of February, they have executed the raid, which continues for approximately 4 hours. In addition, police officers have seized approximately 10 computers, along with cash of S$$5,054. All the suspects have been sentenced for imprisonment of approximately 6 months or fines up to S$5,000.

In the year 1826, The Singapore government made their mind to prohibit gambling when it started raising crime. However, in the year 2005 the PM of Singapore announced the launch of two gambling projects. Lee Hsien Loong reveled that with the introduction of the casino resorts, Singapore tourism will raise to a huge extent.
AddThis Feed Button Bookmark and Share

  Related News
Sep-03-2008 Microgaming's brand new slots
Mar-07-2010 InterCasino goes Intergalactic!
Aug-05-2008 More entertaiment characters in new game launched
Apr-21-2008 Quality Hold'em in new gold game
Oct-17-2009 7Spins Casino wins TST approval for fair gaming
 Comments (0)    Back to Top
Verification (Enter the text in the image above)
Name
Automatic Translation
Extra extra read all about it, join our newsletter and receive updated online casinos news, useful tips and top bonuses to your email absolutely free!
Email:
Privacy Policy |  Terms of Use |  Gamblers Anonymous
Copyright © 2009 Online Casino Extra