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Valley News Dispatch

Buffalo Township club cited for unlicensed gambling

Matthew Medsger
| Wednesday, July 12, 2017 1:09 a.m

A private club in Buffalo Township was cited for allowing gambling without a license, according to the state Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.

The White Star Fraternal Society, 401 Shuster Drive, allowed its license to operate small games of chance to lapse at the end of November but continued to sell the games, the LCE said.

The club also failed to maintain appropriate records for the two years proceeding April of this year, a requirement mandated by the Local Option Small Games of Chance Act, and failed to maintain records in compliance with Liquor Codes, the LCE said.

Those charges will be brought before an administrative law judge who can revoke or suspend the club’s license or fine the organization up to $5,000.

A request for comment from the officers of the White Star Fraternal Society was not returned.

Matthew Medsger is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-226-4675, or via Twitter @matthew_medsger.

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