Report bookie to police
Report Abuse I think this report bookie to police violates the Community GuidelinesChat or rant, report bookie to police content, spam, insulting other members, show more I think this answer violates the Terms of ServiceHarm to minors, violence or tClips of video recordings provided to The Boston Globe that a bookie secretly made when he met with John M. Analetto, the veteran Massachusetts trooper accused of opening a bookmaking business, extortion, and threatening the bookie. Couple of years ago, I introduced my nephew, who was renting a room in my house, to my bookie friend.
My nephew was working for him as one of his subagent (runner). They had a 20% win-lose deal. My nephew brings in customers, they win or lose, he takes or pay 20%. So my nephew ran into a problem and accepted an undercover cop as a player. He got busted, I bailed him out of jail and he was fined. Before he was arrested, some friends of his was still betting through their price-per-head website.