Two New Jersey women were charged with allegedly trying cheat during a church bingo game.
Teresa Davis, 71, and Keasha Brockington, 38, claimed they had the winning card to score a $200 prize last Thursday at St. Maria Goretti Church Hall in Runnemede, New Jersey.
A church volunteer inspecting the card allegedly found the winning numbers had been taped over the original numbers. The Rev. Joseph Ganiel, the pastor of the church, said that he has trained workers to screen bingo cards with tape on them. The women were charged with improper behavior under a borough ordinance and released, police said.