CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A 50-year-old Charleston woman has been charged with operating a gaming house and possession of illegal gaming machines.
SLED agents arrested Andrea Elizabeth Stuckey and charged her with unlawful games and betting, and ten counts of possession of illegal gaming machines.
Stuckey was locked up at the Charleston County Detention Center.
On Tuesday, agents executed a search warrant at a home on Greenridge Road in North Charleston where authorities seized ten illegal video gaming devices identified as "Pot O Gold" gaming machines.
Each of the machines offered a variety of poker, keno, black jack and other illegal games, according to an arrest report.
Investigators say Stuckey arrived on scene while agents were executing the search warrant and admitted owning each of the machines.