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Anthony Zottola Sr. Charged Federally in 2018 NY Murder of Sylvester Sally Daz Zottola
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    Anthony Zottola Sr. Charged Federally in 2018 NY Murder of Sylvester Sally Daz Zottola



    June 19, 2019

    Son charged in mob father’s slaying at drive-thru

    NEW YORK (AP) — Federal prosecutors say the son of a reputed Bonanno associate gunned down at a McDonald’s drive-thru in the Bronx was behind his father’s hit, and an earlier failed attack on his own brother.

    Anthony Zottola Sr. was arraigned in Brooklyn federal court Tuesday on murder-for-hire conspiracy and other charges in the killing of his 71-year-old father, Sylvester Zottola, and the near-fatal shooting of his 41-year-old brother, Salvatore.

    Three other defendants were also charged in the case Tuesday and a fifth suspect is being sought. All four pleaded not guilty.

    The elder Zottola was killed in October while sitting in his car, waiting for a cup of coffee.

    Five alleged Bloods gang members have also been arrested in the slaying and the plot to kill Salvatore, who survived a July shooting.

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    Son accused of ordering hit on mobster dad at McDonald’s wants out of jail over coronavirus

    By Andrew Denney
    The New York Post

    The man accused of paying $200,000 to have his allegedly mobbed-up father whacked in the drive-thru of a Bronx McDonalds — while the wiseguy was ordering a coffee — wants to get out of jail to avoid catching coronavirus.

    Attorneys for Anthony Zottola Sr. said in papers filed late on Friday that he is willing to put up a $5 million bond to get sprung from Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center and stay under house arrest while he awaits trial.

    Zottola Sr. is accused of plotting with his nine codefendants to murder Sylvester “Sally Daz” Zottola. They all could face life in prison or the death penalty if convicted.

    Anthony Zotolla Sr.’s attorneys said that keeping their client in MCC also affects their ability to work with him to protect him from the “harshest of penalties available in the federal system.”

    As of Friday, two inmates at the roughly 700-prisoner MCC in Lower Manhattan have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the US Bureau of Prisons.

    In filing the request, Zottola joins a long list of high-profile prisoners who have asked to be released as COVID-19 tears through jails across the New York City area.

    Many inmates have provided specific health reasons — such as age and medical conditions — to justify their release.

    On Thursday, for example, disgraced R&B legend R. Kelly, 53, said that both his age and the fact that he recently underwent hernia surgery warrant his release.

    But the 41-year-old Zottola doesn’t provide any similar excuse — arguing just that MCC presents a “gratuitous risk” to his health.

    The feds allege that Zottola plotted his father’s murder so he could take control of Salvatore Zottola’s illegal gambling ring — and offered to pay $200,000 to get the job done.

    The feds say that when Anthony Zottola Sr. would text with codefendant Bushawn “Shelz” Shelton to plot the hit, the two men used morbid film analogies as code for how it would play out — the gunman would be the “director” and Sally Daz “the actor” to be shot for the “final scene,” court papers state.

    This isn’t the first time that Zottola has asked to be able to enjoy the comforts of home while his case proceeds.

    Zottola previously offered to put up a $5 million bond for his release but Brooklyn Federal Judge Raymond Dearie shot down the request, saying the charges against him were too “serious and disturbing” to allow him to wait it out at home.

    https://nypost.com/2020/03/28/son-ac...r-coronavirus/

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