Toronto police arrested a pizzeria owner after they conducted a search warrant at his business and found $1 million in illegal drugs hidden away -- some even behind the counter.
Police allege that 57-year-old Salvatore Crimi, owner of Pizza Gigi near the downtown campus of the University of Toronto, sold the drugs to customers in his eatery. In the search, police uncovered marijuana, Oxycontin, Ecstasy, crack cocaine and $8,000 in cash, CBC reports.
"Officers made observations where people were actually going in and then leaving empty-handed, without any food," said constable Tony Vella.
Crimi faces a marijuana trafficking charge and 14 other drug possession charges.