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Pizza delivery man accused of delivering cocaine
NEW YORK -- A pizza delivery man in Brooklyn is accused of using his job as a front to sell cocaine.
Police say Papa John's worker Ramon Rodriguez made 19 sales of coke during an undercover sting and transported the drugs in pizza boxes.
He was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly sold a kilo of coke worth $27,000.
A second suspect is also under arrest.
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