YORKTOWN, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The fix was in at a synagogue in Westchester County, where officials say a bingo caller was arrested on charges he changed the outcomes of multiple bingo games.

71-year-old Neil Simon Gross is accused of manipulating the results of the weekly contests held at the Yorktown Jewish Center.

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After an investigation by police and the state gaming commission, Gross was charged with gaming fraud.

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He surrendered to police last Thursday and is due in court next month.

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The Yorktown Jewish Center was founded in 1952 by a group of town residents who were “seeking to build a Jewish community not only for themselves and their children, but for those who would move to the Lower Hudson Valley in the future,” according to the synagogue’s website.