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April 16, 2014 | By Michael Boren, Inquirer Staff Writer
The husband-and-wife owners of Ocean City's popular Manco & Manco pizzerias pleaded not guilty in a tax evasion case Monday. Charles Bangle, 54, and his wife, Mary, 53, are accused of concealing $981,000 in income from the IRS and using the proceeds for personal expenses. They were arrested the morning of April 3 by IRS investigators and released that day after appearing in federal court in Camden. During that hearing, a judge ordered the two to give up their passports, and Charles Bangle to hand over weapons that included 12 handguns, two shotguns, and two rifles.
NEWS
June 25, 1994 | By Maura Webber, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
A Philadelphia maintenance man whose attorney said he had sold cocaine to make extra money for his wife and daughter was sentenced in Woodbury yesterday to nine years in prison. Luis Lenis, 30, pale and thin, did not comment as he was sentenced, slightly more than one month after he pleaded guilty to selling more than five ounces of cocaine to the owner of a pizza shop that authorities said was the hub of an international narcotics network. Lenis, a native of Colombia, was one of about 30 defendants indicted last year after a two-year wiretap investigation into Gambino's Plaza 47 Pizza & Sub Shop in Deptford.
NEWS
April 10, 2014 | BY MENSAH M. DEAN, Daily News Staff Writer deanm@phillynews.com, 215-568-8278
HAD IT NOT BEEN for the security cameras at the 60th Street Pizza restaurant in Southwest Philadelphia, Shaquir Johnson and his cousin Nasire Davis may have gotten away with the brutal beating they gave a man in front of the victim's family two years ago. But the cameras were rolling inside and outside the Chester Avenue eatery, capturing Johnson, then 19, and Davis, then 16, beating Charles Distin, 53, and dragging him outside to the sidewalk....
NEWS
January 31, 1995 | By Jennifer Wing, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Two masked men stormed Boccie of Ardmore in Suburban Square Friday night, struck a waitress in the head with a gun, and robbed the pizzeria of $2,500, the second armed robbery in two weeks at the upscale shopping center. Police arrested five Philadelphia men, including two employees of the pizzeria, following a chase down Montgomery Avenue that involved three police cars. According to police, the incident began about 11:20 p.m., while employees were closing the restaurant.
NEWS
March 7, 1994 | By Christopher Durso, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
A Norwood man convicted of having fired a shot into a Glenolden pizzeria as part of an apparent feud with the shop's owners was sentenced in Delaware County Court on Friday to 10 months to two years in prison. Because he spent 10 months in Delaware County Prison awaiting trial, Edward Condon normally would be eligible for immediate parole. But Assistant District Attorney John F.X. Reilly said Condon faced more prison time because the shooting violated his parole for a Philadelphia aggravated-assault conviction.
NEWS
September 10, 1999 | By Juan C. Rodriguez, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
A 22-year-old Washington Township man has been charged with disorderly conduct on accusations that he videotaped children as they played in a popular pizzeria and arcade. Jason Michael Kammerer was arrested Wednesday at the Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant in the Court at Deptford strip mall after an off-duty police chief saw a man following little girls in the play room and videotaping them as they climbed the equipment, police said. "I saw him walking up very, very close to kids and videotaping," Collingswood Police Chief Thomas Garrity Jr. said.
NEWS
April 21, 1998 | By Dwight Ott, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
More than $20,000 in cash and a 9mm assault pistol were confiscated from a pizzeria last Friday by a team of code inspectors that pulled up to the shop with Mayor Milton Milan in the "Mayor Mobile," officials said. According to mayoral spokesman Keith Walker, the mayor's Suburban wagon, with Milan and members of his code-inspection team, drove to the shop at 1524 Mount Ephraim Ave. about 10:30 p.m. When some team members entered the premises, owner Mohamed Yasir Loul stepped into the back of the building, leaving steaks sizzling on the grill and a pizza baking in the oven, Walker said.
NEWS
April 14, 1995 | By Jeff Gammage, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Daniel Colon said he shot the cop in self-defense. The 28-year-old North Philadelphia man, who police say robbed a neighborhood pizzeria Tuesday night and then fatally wounded the Housing Authority officer who chased him, has told investigators that the officer shot at him first, authorities said yesterday. Colon was arrested late Wednesday night at his father's house on North Front Street, following negotiations with police over his surrender. He was taken into custody without incident and charged with murder, robbery and related offenses.
FOOD
September 12, 2014 | By Michael Klein, For The Inquirer
While building Capogiro into a nationally touted gelato brand, Stephanie Reitano baked pizzas at home. Just as she was emboldened by her desserts, she and her husband, John, decided to go pro and open a pizzeria. Within a week, the public can taste the wares of Capofitto , a gelateria, cafe, and bar in the front, with a pizzeria and dining room in the back, at 233 Chestnut St. in Old City. The former paper company has been decorated with 19th-century features found in the building.
NEWS
October 13, 1989 | By Jim Smith, Daily News Staff Writer
An associate of a reputed Sicilian Mafia drug ring yesterday was sentenced to an 11-year, no-parole prison term for trafficking in cocaine at a Center City pizzeria. Filippo Filiberto, 36, of Cherry Hill, N.J., was sentenced under tough new federal sentencing guidelines by U.S. District Judge Louis C. Bechtle. He is one of six reputed Sicilian Mafia associates convicted of drug trafficking in April. All six defendants are natives of Sicily, and while they allegedly sold cocaine supplied by the Sicilian Mafia, none of them is believed to be a member of the criminal group, said Michael Seigel, a prosecutor with the U.S. Organized Crime Strike Force.
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