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Elizabeth police late last week shut down C.M. Enterprises and arrested its owner, Curtis Eugene Markham, on allegations that the business was an illegal gambling operation. The front entrance to the location, shown Monday, was at 108 North Poindexter Street. 

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Elizabeth police late last week shut down C.M. Enterprises and arrested its owner, Curtis Eugene Markham, on allegations that the business was an illegal gambling operation. The front entrance to the location, shown Monday, was at 108 North Poindexter Street. 

EC police shut down illegal gaming biz, arrest owner

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Elizabeth City police have shut down an illegal video sweepstakes gaming business in the city’s downtown and arrested its owner.

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GREAT JOB, ECPD

Great police work by our ECPD. Hopeful our court system is as efficient and sends the message that poor decisions have substantial consequences. Thanks to Chief Buffaloe & his men & women. Bill Hiemer

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