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Manolo’s Closed for Dealing Cocaine

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Sept. 10, 2010 By Christian Murray

In late July, Manolo’s Mexican Restaurant (located on Greenpoint Ave. and 47th)  abruptly closed — and many believed that it fell victim to a difficult economy.

However, police confirmed last night, that it was shut down due to cocaine dealing on the premises. The owners were arrested at the time.

Last month, a court order was attached to Manolo’s front door that prohibited the owners from removing items from the premises.

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That chica chica bar next door needs to b shut down also
i dont understand why it is still open..
some retard got shot in his genitals there


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