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Trussville PD identifies gaming operation suspect

By Gary Lloyd

TRUSSVILLE — A warrant has been signed for the arrest of a Birmingham man in connection with the gaming operation that was busted in Trussville last month.

The suspect has been identified by the Trussville Police Department as Andrew James Grundy, 33, of Birmingham. He’s charged with possession of a gambling device, a Class A misdemeanor. His bond will be set at $1,000.

Trussville police impounded 25 gaming machines found in operation on Morrow Avenue on July 25.
file photo by Scott Buttram

Grundy has not yet been arrested, said Lt. Jeff Bridges.

Trussville police on July 25 busted a gaming operation at 108 Morrow Ave. in Trussville, after getting a call about a robbery in progress. After obtaining a search warrant, officers found 25 gaming machines in operation, one employee and two customers. The machines were seized, loaded onto wreckers and impounded.

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