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No charges will be filed, and seized video gaming machines will be returned after Shallotte police seized five video gaming machines from A-Z Cigarettes in Shallotte Plaza last week.
Assistant district attorney Brooke Smith said the video gaming machines were in compliance with the law and would be returned to the owners.
No charges would be filed, she added.
On Dec. 1, Shallotte police seized five gaming machines from the cigarette store.
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