A Charleston woman was arrested Wednesday and charged on suspicion of running an illegal gambling operation out of a North Charleston apartment.
Andrea Elizabeth Stuckey, a 50-year-old resident of Odessa Street, faces 10 counts of possessing illegal gaming machines and one count of unlawful games and betting, according to the State Law Enforcement Division and court records.
SLED agents executed a search warrant at Cooper's Pointe Apartment Homes, 2225 Greenridge Road, in North Charleston, according to affidavits.
During the search, agents found 10 Pot-O-Gold video gambling machines that offered a variety of games prohibited under South Carolina law, affidavits stated.
Investigators confirmed the machines were being used for illegal gambling and that they were owned by Stuckey, affidavits stated.
"The defendant also admitted use of the apartment ... for the purpose of an illegal gaming house," affidavits stated.