Waco store owner indicted on drug, money laundering charges

McLennan County Jail
POSTED: Thursday, June 27, 2013 - 12:43pm
UPDATED: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 - 10:24am

A Waco convenience store owner has been indicted on drug and money laundering charges, following his arrest in March of this year.

Nabil Hakim, 64, was arrested on March 6, after the McGregor Police Department, with the help of Woodway PD and the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, busted his convenience store, Outlet Tobacco, located at 3528 North 19th Street, for it's gambling machines.

Authorities seized 11 eight-liner slot machines, which they say were being used illegally for a cash payout system.

Hakim, who also owns multiple stores in Waco, at the scene.

Hakim is charged with money laundering and possession of a controlled substance. Following his arrest, Hakim already faced an extensive list of charges.

Hakim is currently still in McLennan County Jail in lieu of bonds.

 

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I know this man and his son, I leased a home from them because vi was going thru some hard times and needed a place for me and my wife to live while she battled breast cancer. she could not work so we did some things we should not have done and for that we went to jail. we had family and friends try to get our things, three pick ups and a motor cycle and a house full of all our belongings. he said he wouldn't anything of ours back until after the eviction lies. he is trash and so is his son

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