Dominicans sold cocaine in pizza slices busted in Brooklyn
Santo Domingo.- Two Dominicans were arrested Thursday on charges of selling cocaine hidden in pizza slices of the chain Papa John’s, delivered to the homes of addicts who ordered them.
In a statement, the Special Anti Narcotics Prosecutor said Ramon Rodriguez and Jonathan Martinez were arrested in an undercover investigation launched in 2011.
It said Rodriguez was caught red-handed on Thursday while selling one kilo of cocaine for $27,000 dollars to an undercover agent, one of 19 sales made.
The statement says Rodriguez donned a uniform of one of Papa John’s pizzerias located in Sunset Park in Brooklyn.
It said Martínez sold 40 grams of cocaine to an undercover an agent for $1,200 dollars and was arrested on the spot.
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