The Flint Journal reports that two men have had charges brought against them, with the attorney general saying they were part of an illegal video poker operation in several Flint bars. There has been an ongoing investigation by the attorney general's office, Michigan State police and Michigan Gaming Control Board.

55-year-old Michael Kremski and 54-year-old Robert Murray  met before a judge and will be back on July 19 for a preliminary exam, with the judge issuing a $10,000 personal recognizance bond for both men.

Attorney General Bill Schuette says both men were charged with one count of conducting criminal enterprises and 14 counts of conducting illegal gambling operations. Schuette also thinks they showed bar owners how to run an illegal gambling operation. We don't know what bars were involved, but I'm sure more details will be given once they are back in court.