The California Attorney General’s Office announced a settlement Thursday with the owner of a now-shuttered San Diego card room stemming from allegations that the establishment was running an illegal bookmaking operation.
The settlement with Stanley Penn, the owner of Lucky Lady Card Room, means that his gambling license will be revoked. And he will pay $125,000 in penalties, as well as $50,000 to cover the California Department of Justice’s investigative costs.
They also indicted Penn, 83, and several others in 2016 in connection with the sports betting operation.
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