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Saturday, 11 October 2008

John Guarnieri, a nephew of Louis Eppolito, the former NYPD detective convicted of murdering eight people on the orders of a Mafia boss arrested


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Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the kielbasa was really cocaine - not the Polish sausage sold in a popular meat market. Brooklyn butcher called his specialty "hot kielbasa" - for snorting, not eating.According to a criminal complaint, the "hot kielbasa" was kept in the basement.Twenty-six suspects are under arrest, including the butcher, after an informant visited the shop in response to the message: "Come to the store, I have hot kielbasa for you."Law enforcement officials say the ring includes John Guarnieri, a nephew of Louis Eppolito, the former NYPD detective convicted of murdering eight people on the orders of a Mafia boss.Guarnieri is a Department of Sanitation police lieutenant. Defense attorney Ken Montgomery says he doesn't think the suspect is "a major player." .


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