Jacksonville drawing fire from a special task force - aimed at enforcing anti- gambling laws in the state. And today, many MORE internet cafes around town are closed. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced raids on stores in five counties yesterday. A local lawmaker says he believes the F-D-L-E did the right thing. Channel 4's Kent Justice joins us live from the Westside...Kent, store owners told you there's confusion about what is legal, and what isn't... 3 3 3 For instance "VEGAS FUN ZONE" on Blanding at Wilson - claims ten years open for business in the community - but they've taken the precaution of closing up, asking for legal help. 3 08-1425-31TAKE SOT Nick Cox and his task force of state law enforcement - announced enforcement actions taken against two primary suspects - one with a Neptune Beach address, Pete Miller. We've spoken to Miller in the past - and he claims his cyber cafes operate within the law. That's not what investigators - seem to believe.TAKE SOT Nick Cox againTAKE SOTTAKE SOT 04-04-14 KENT PHONER Add phoner graphic / 3 Kent - We've looked into who enforces the gambling statutes - and business owners say it seems unclear.What does it mean that the FDLE Task Force got involved? asked Jacksonville Sheriff Rutherford about that in a brief conversation this afternoon. He says JSO handles enforcement all the time FDLE got involved - due to the cross-county or "statewide" nature of the investigation.