Bridgeport police shut down gambling ring

Bridgeport police say they have shut down an illegal gambling ring where drugs were also being made and sold. Police say the operation was being

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport police say they have shut down an illegal gambling ring where drugs were also being made and sold.

Police say the operation was being run out of a building at 1967 Main St.

Anthony Daccolti, 67, and Alan D'Auria, 54, were both arrested during the raid and have been freed on bond, according to authorities.

Investigators say they seized two pounds of cocaine, 500 oxycodone pills, $28,000 in cash and gambling equipment.

Police say they also found evidence of prostitution during the raid.

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