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Federal prosecutors allege West Side pizza joint mostly sold drugs
Calling it a “sham” business that fronted for alleged illegal drug activity, federal officials want to seize the property along with the 366 Arah St. house Nakos owns in Manchester and the 2012 Mercedes Benz GlK350W4 Nakos registered in his mother, Theodora’s, name.
Nakos was among 10 Manchester-area men arrested and charged last month with participating in a drug trafficking conspiracy that brought an estimated 100 to 200 pounds of marijuana and other illicit drugs to the Granite State each week.
Indictments also were handed up last week against Jonathan Venturini and Jonathan Handschumaker. The six-count indictment charges the men with conspiring to distribute marijuana. Venturini also is charged with unlawful possession of three firearms.
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