Police battle return of Internet cafes in western Colorado

6th October, 2015 by

By Staff Reports

GRAND JUNCTION — Authorities say new Internet gaming cafes have popping up in western Colorado, trying to skirt a new law that cracks down on illegal gambling. Mesa County shut down five Internet cafes in April, but two have since reopened, reported the Grand Junction Sentinel (http://bit.ly/1KXLi3I ). Police are investigating the new cafes, according to Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper. One is called Charlie Chedda’s and advertises “certified skill games,” while another is unnamed and doesn’t display a sign. Camper said police were already looking into a complaint about an internet cafe when the Mesa County District Attorney’s …

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