Guam - Card tables, furniture and other items that were once used for alleged illegal gambling operations were taken out of the MGM Spa building in Tamuning today. Workers were seen moving the items into pickup trucks, but it's unclear where the items are going. Several individuals have admitted to federal authorities that they held illegal gambling such as card games and baccarat inside the establishment that once posed as a 24-hour spa.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Internal Revenue Service are conducting a probe into the operations there as well as its owners. It's alleged that money from the illegal gambling was funneled into various bank accounts owned by the non-profit organization the Overseas Chinese Association Center and its various members.
The feds were able to freeze a number of the bank accounts as they continue their investigation.