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Manchester-area gambling raids net seven
Clockwise from top left: Jonathan Lekas, John Carlier, Kathryn Petro-Stone, Gail Meuse, Darryl Franklin, Debra Lavoie, and Merton Rumrill.
Jonathan Lekas, 55, of 220 Ward St. He is the owner of Total Amusements LLC and also has an ownership interest in the MPC-Getaway Lounge and Manchester Billiards;
Kathryn Petro-Stone, 34, of 593 Beech St., employee at Manchester Billiards;
Gail Meuse, 53, of 1011 Valley St., Manchester Billiards employee and former Club Lafayette employee;
Debra Lavoie, 51, of 33 Elmwood Ave., Club Lafayette employee, and
Merton Rumrill, 62, of 59-A Pershing St., Goffstown, employee/bartender at MPC-Getaway Lounge.
Total Amusements has been registered as a business with the Secretary of State's Office since Feb. 8, 2005.
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