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A seventy one-12 months-ancient man modified the outcome of multiple bingo games at the Yorktown Jewish center, in line with a police. 
The defendant, Neil Simon Gross, changed into charged with gaming fraud.
Police observed Gross changed into the bingo ball caller, giving him the probability to exchange the video games' outcomes and violate the "rules of on line casino gaming." 
Lt. Tom Gentner of the Yorktown Police department referred to somebody made a criticism to the state Gaming fee.
Gentner mentioned he didn't understand if any economic prizes were at stake. "I've under no circumstances played bingo," he talked about.
Brad Maione with the long island state Gaming commission would now not get into specifics, citing an ongoing investigation, however observed, "The statute for gaming fraud stipulates that the price exceeds $1,000," for it to be regarded a felony. 
After being tipped off to the alleged fraud, the gaming commission conducted an investigation on the Yorktown Jewish center "hand-in-hand" with city police, Maione talked about.
Bingo is curiously a large deal at the Yorktown Jewish core, with a complete web page devoted to the games on the corporation's web page.
Gross turned himself in to police on Thursday. He turned into charged with gaming fraud, an E criminal, and turned into released with out bail. he is due lower back in court on Sept. 11. 
a number of calls to the Yorktown Jewish center had been not immediately lower back. 
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