The D.A.'s office says it's served 'cease and desist' papers to four area businesses.
They say these businesses pose as legitimate stores, but are really there for people to gamble online.
Says Assistant District Attorney Michael Garrett, "One billed itself as 'RDF Business Center,' but I don't think we ever heard of anybody going in to make the first copy, or anything of that nature. It was mostly people going in who were, in fact, gambling on the internet."
The D.A.'s office says 'RDF Business Center' and 'Internet Cafe' have already closed down.
They say they'll press charges if Big Dawgs Calling Cards and GP Net Internet Cafe don't comply, too.