Our reporters say the crowd seems a little "timid"... they are there and excited but many fear a raid is coming.
All Macon county commissioners are there and say they're happy to be back open and they say they will be open for a long time.
Hundreds of people have turned out. News 4 reporters say the parking lot is filling up.
People say they are ready and excited to play bingo but also to eat and socialize.
The security is tight especially since there is no alcohol.
They don't want anyone underage in here due to threat of a raid.
Any underaged patrons would give the the task force the green light to enter the facility.
Cars are now being allowed to enter the facility.
Media has been let in to the door...they are waiting outside on the patrons to enter the complex.
They are being help up at the front entrance....roughly 60 members of the media are at the facilty.
Several troopers have been spotted in the area...cars are backed up over a mile to get into Victoryland.
It is 1:25 pm and patrons are still being held at the entrance.
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