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Mackey admitted that while he was a police officer he knew and did not report individuals who were conducting a gambling business, the prosecutors said.

A former Wichita police police officer Wednesday admitted in federal court he knew about illegal gambling, the U.S. Attorney's Office for Kansas said.

Federal investigators have been looking into an illegal gambling business with ties to public corruption in Wichita since November 2011, according to an FBI affidavit. Investigators learned of more than five different business establishments throughout Wichita and identified numerous individuals involved with the illegal live poker games, the Associated Press reported.
A member of the Wichita Police Department’s undercover narcotics section developed an informant who offered to introduce an undercover officer into the game.

At a Feb. 12, 2014, poker game Zajkowski and Mackey used department resources to determine the ownership of a vehicle driven by the person who they suspected was an undercover investigator. Mackey admitted he revealed the name of the undercover Wichita officer to gamblers and organizers at the game, prosecutors said.

An indictment unsealed in January links Mackey, Wichita officer Michael Zajkowski and retired Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Michael Frederikson

 Sentencing is set for Oct. 26. Mackey faces up to three years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000.

Bruce Mackey, 46 or Goddard pleaded guilty to one county of misprison of a felony.

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