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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Ice Cream Truck Drug Bust in Staten Island, NY

The Lickety Split ice cream truck jingles no more.
The Lickety Split Ice Cream Truck in Staten Island, NY has been a cover for a drug ring that cleared $1MM a year selling oxycodone to their customers at $20 a pill, according to the Daily News.

Grownups would sit in their cars and wait while local children bought their ice cream pops and then would line up afterwards to fulfill their own pill popping habits.

It’s a sick, sick world we live in when the jingle of an ice cream truck denotes possible drug dealing. Parents, better to play it safe and just hit up your local Baskin Robins or Häagen-Dazs.

For more on this story, visit the Daily News.

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