Alleged Supplier Arrested in Game Room Bust

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The seventh and final person has been arrested in connection with an illegal gaming operation in Grimes County.

James Gardner of Tomball was taken into custody Wednesday.

The 63-year-old faces the same charges as the other six arrested, including engaging in organized crime, money laundering, keeping a gambling place, possession of a gambling device and promotion of gambling.

Gardner was released Wednesday afternoon on a $27,500 bond.

On Monday, a multi-agency investigation confiscated $11,000 and 41 slot machines at a business in Todd Mission.