STEUBENVILLE – Owners of a gaming business raided a week ago for paying out cash prizes say they’re still not sure what they did wrong.
Co-owner Mike Renforth insists city officials were fully aware of the plans he and partner Zane Rowe had for their business, NUNACC, at 4244 Sunset Blvd.
Ohio Casino Control Commission agents said they seized about 30 gaming machines, along with cash, documents, several handguns and narcotics during the Oct. 21 raid, which also targeted Rowe’s residence.
Rowe was charged with possession of narcotics and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle.
The Ohio Revised Code characterizes video and digital gaming devices as slot machines, unless they’re “skill-based amusement machines.”
But by law, skill-based amusement machines cannot reward players