9 Maui men arrested on gambling charges

Search warrant in Wailuku found in-progress card game

 UPDATED 3:21 PM HST Aug 22, 2012
WAILUKU, Hawaii -

Maui police said nine men were arrested last Thursday in Wailuku for gambling offenses.

The Vice/Gambling and Morals unit of the Maui Police Department executed search warrants on Kaikai Street on Aug. 16.

When officers executed the search warrant, an in-progress card game was being conducted in the living room of the residence.

Khanhnha Vanhtha, 35, who lived the Kaikai Street residence was arrested and charged for second-degree gambling promotion and possession of a gambling device.  Bail was set at $400.

Justin I. Chock, 21, of Wailuku was arrested and charged for gambling.  Bail was set at $200.

The following men were arrested for gambling and bail was set at $200:

The case has been referred to the Maui County prosecutor's office.

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Khanhnha Vanhtha, 35, lived at the home searched by police on Kaikai Street in Wailuku on Aug. 16.  He was arrested and charged for second-degree gambling promotion and possession of a gambling device.  Bail was set at $400.

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