Federici, 63, was pulled over while...
KEW GARDENS Reputed Genovese crime family captain Anthony Tough Tony Federici, owner of a Corona restaurant, was sentenced Tuesday for attempted weapons possession, his first felony, The New York Post reported.
Federici, 63, was pulled over while driving for reportedly not wearing his seat belt, then arrested for unpaid parking tickets, The Post said. He was further charged when officers allegedly found mace, brass knuckles and bullets under a seat in his vehicle, reports said.
Federici received a $700 fine and community service in a plea deal, The Post reported, and previously faced charges of shooting at hawks near his eatery, The Parkside Restaurant.
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