A Long Island pizzeria owner was arrested yesterday as authorities allege that he was selling illegal prescription drugs from the eatery. Newsday reports, "Francesco Miceli of Miceli Brothers Pizzeria was charged with multiple counts of criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance."
The Suffolk County Police say that over a three-month period, Miceli sold drugs, like Oxycodone, on numerous occasions to an undercover cop at his West Babylon restaurant. Miceli, 50, will be arraigned today.
According to Yelp reviewers, the food at Miceli Brothers is great, but there are complaints about odd extra fees ("I'm on a first name basis with the owner Frank and have casual conversations with him when I go there, meanwhile he's treating me like a red headed step child") and temperamental staff ("The rules change day by day and seem to depend on the owner's mood. I'm sorry but you cannot run a business depending upon your mood swings!").