CLAY, Ala. (AP) -- Authorities say they've seized 10 electronic gambling machines from a mini-storage business in Clay.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said detectives and members of the Alabama Office of the Attorney General conducted a search at the business on July 9.
Sheriff's officials say they seized the machines, along with accessories such as power supplies and parts.
Sheriff's officials say the search was the result of an eight-month investigation into reports of illegal gambling. They say charges are pending. No further details were immediately available.