Transcript 2011-10-04 Public Hearing Simulated Gambling Ordinance
State Attorney’s office Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation Narcotics - Vice - Organized Crime METROPOLITAN BUREAU of INVESTIGATION State Attorney Ninth Judicial Circuit Orange County Sheriff’s Office Florida Department of Law Enforcement Orlando Police Department Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Winter Park Police Department Drug Enforcement Administration Apopka Police Department United States Customs Service Ocoee Police Department Federal Bureau of Investigation Osceola County Sheriff’s Office Immigration and Customs Enforcement Gambling – Slot Machines F.S. 849.08 – F.S. 849.16 Simulated Gambling May be actual gambling – depending on facts Has been prosecuted criminally Skill-stop machines Sweepstakes machines Raffle Machines Skill-stop - slot machines Skill-stop - slot machines F.S. 849.161 – skill arcades 3 “skill” buttons to, supposedly, stop the reels. Pull-tab machines Pull-tab machines Pull tab machine - ATM - Video slot machine Pull-tab machines “Sweepstakes Stores” “Internet Cafes” “Strip Mall Casinos” F.S. 849.094 “Sweepstakes Stores” “Internet Cafes” “Strip Mall Casinos” “Sweepstakes Stores” “Internet Cafes” “Strip Mall Casinos” Strip mall spaces – full of Computers Sweepstakes Stores “Internet Cafes” Digital Slot machine simulation Simulated gambling Using desktop Computer displays Simulated Gambling “Internet Cafes” Electronic Raffles by Non-profit organizations F.S. 849.0935 SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. April 21 2011-- A security guard shot and killed a robbery suspect early Tuesday morning at a Seminole County Internet cafe, according to deputies. The fatal shooting occurred about 1 a.m. at the Allied Veterans Internet Center on State Road 436 at Hunt Club Boulevard near Apopka. According to Seminole County sheriff's deputies, three men pulled up to the business and two of them confronted the security guard in an apparent attempt to disarm him and rob the facility. A scuffle ensued, and at least one of the men shot at the guard, who returned fire, striking one of them in the back, deputies said. End.