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    OK: Unlicensed Guymon horse track busted

    GUYMON – A Texas County illegal horse racing operation was shut down Sunday and more than 150 people were detained and 12 people arrested.

    About 50 law enforcement officers from various state and federal agencies, including the Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement, descended upon a private racetrack located about two miles north of Guymon.

    “The racing was going on in broad daylight,
    Immigration reform should reflect a commitment to enforcement, not reward those who blatantly break the rules. - Rep Dan Boren D-Ok

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    I have relatives who live in Texas County. This no surprise, texas county is no mans land full of illegals and white collar criminals of all kind. Hopefully justice will be done, however, there it is doubtful. It is the only place in Oklahoma where illegals who work at the Seaboard plant have no fear.

    Complaints range from engaging in commercial gambling, holding a race track meeting where non-pari-mutuel betting is conducted without a license, charging admission to races without a license, conspiracy to engage in operating commercial gambling, conspiracy to hold a race meeting where non-pari-mutuel betting on horse races without license, aiding and assisting at a race track where bidding and registering recording results of a horse race, engaging in operations of commercial gambling, conducting financial transactions involving money and betting on a horse race and possession of a controlled, dangerous substance.

    Lots of complaints and no charges filed..............typical.

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    It is the only place in Oklahoma where illegals who work at the Seaboard plant have no fear.
    I wouldn't say its the only place they have no fear. The residential construction sites are still filled with non-English speaking immigrants that a few short years ago you just didn't see, the passage of 1804 has been worthless.
    Immigration reform should reflect a commitment to enforcement, not reward those who blatantly break the rules. - Rep Dan Boren D-Ok

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