FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — A former Fall River city councilor has pleaded guilty to gaming charges in connection with operating two internet cafés in Fall River and Fairhaven.

Attorney General Martha Coakley said 66-year-old Leo Pelletier  of Fall River, and 47-year-old Linda Pelletier of Spring Hill, Fla., both pleaded guilty Thursday in Bristol County Superior Court.

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The charges included organizing or promoting gambling services, operating an illegal lottery, allowing lotteries in a building, and the sale and advertising of lottery tickets.

Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh sentenced each to two years of probation.

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Coakley said Friday the two operated the “Leo’s Place” internet cafés through a corporation they managed. Garsh ordered that 100 percent of the corporation’s assets, over $100,000, be forfeited to the state.

It’s illegal in Massachusetts to run or promote a gambling operation.

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