Suffolk County police said they arrested two people and seized six illegal gambling machines at a Huntington Station deli Friday night.

It is the second time the deli, at 1962 New York Ave., has been raided for illegal underground gambling.

Police said they were responding to numerous neighbor complaints about Yary’s Deli and conducted an inspection with the State Liquor Authority about 9:45 p.m. Friday. Police were joined by the Huntington fire marshal and code enforcement officers, police said.

Police arrested the manager, Randall Placido-Gonzales, 20, of Huntington Station, who was charged with misdemeanor possession of a gambling device, police said.

Police also arrested Karla Osorio, 45, of Huntington Station, and charged her with unlawfully dealing with a child after she allegedly sold alcohol to a minor. Police said she was also charged with false personation for allegedly giving a fake name to police.

It was not immediately clear if Placido-Gonzales or Osorio were represented by counsel.

In addition to the gambling machines, police said a cash counter was seized.

The State Liquor Authority issued seven violations and the Huntington fire marshal issued two violations. The town’s code enforcement officers will issue violations at a later date, police said.

Police previously raided the deli in 2017, when it was named Chiquito Deli. During that raid, police arrested the former manager, Juan Antonio Susana Corona, and said they found about 30 people in the basement with dice tables, dice, Joker Poker machines, cash and drugs.

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