RUNNEMEDE, N.J. (AP) — Police in New Jersey say a church bingo night went awry after an allegation that two players had taped a called number onto their card to claim a bingo win. Investigators say 71-year-old Teresa Davis and 38-year-old Keasha Brockington said they had the winning card carrying a prize of nearly $200 Thursday at Saint Maria Goretti Church Hall, but a church volunteer noticed that one of the winning numbers had been taped over the number on the card.Eagles' Nick Sirianni Won't Put Timetable On WR DeVonta Smith's Return, Praises Speed Of WR Group
The Camden residents were charged with improper behavior under a borough ordinance. A parish official says it’s the first issue in 20-plus years of bingo games at the church.READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Are We Any Closer To Another Relief Payment?
It wasn’t clear whether they had attorneys. A message left for Davis wasn’t immediately returned; a working number for Brockington couldn’t be found.MORE NEWS: HISTORY! Trenton Native Athing Mu Becomes First Woman To Win Gold Medal In 800M Since 1968
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