56-year-old Richard Turner ran a small gaming club in Las Vegas. In addition to modern slots, the owner liked to buy rare slot machines at auctions. His collection at that time consisted of more than 8 models.
Once at an auction, he bought another slot, and with it a big headache. It turned out to be difficult to install the device. Unable to find the cause of the malfunction on his own, Turner called a locksmith, who opened the slot. The men saw that instead of the usual mechanisms, there were many bags of white powder inside.
The Las Vegas Police Department said that the drugs had been in the machine for at least 30 years. Police are to find out how the drugs ended up in the slot machine.