16 May 2012 04:16 PM EST
-by Jennifer Monteagudo, Staff Writer; Image: Francesco Miceli (Image Source: Gothamist)
It looks like the Hot Dogs and Hand Jobs woman has some competition for sleaziest small business in Long Island: a man was arrested for allegedly selling Oxycodone hydrochloride as a side order in his West Babylon pie shop.
According to ABC local news, Francesco Miceli, 50, was arrested yesterday at his business, Miceli Brothers Pizzeria and Restaurant, after allegedly selling Oxycodone pills “to an undercover police agent.”
Miceli was “charged with seven counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance.”
Miceli Brothers is a family-owned restaurant located at 1030 Little East Neck Road in West Babylon, Long Island. Miceli himself lived in Rockville Centre.
According to Gothamist, reviewers of the restaurant have complained in the past about the business—but not over drugs sprinkling their pies, as much as the owner’s “mood swings” and temperament.
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