The son of beloved reality show character and reconstructive surgery connoisseur Angela “Big Ang” Raiola has apparently run afoul of the law.
Anthony D’Onofrio, age 23, who is known on the show Mob Wives by his nickname A.J., surrendered at Bay Ridge’s 68th Precinct yesterday after being indicted as part of a “five-person narcotics ring” that allegedly sold Oxycodone, marijuana, and cocaine, writes New York Post reporters Larry Celona and Doug Auer.
The investigation reportedly began in October of 2011, when undercover officers from NYPD’s Brooklyn South Narcotics Unit crossed paths with reputed dealer Michael Donovan, 22, who soon led them to D’Onofrio, as well as three others.
From the Post:
During the investigation, undercovers purchased more than 350 Oxycodone pills at $17 to $19 a pop, as well as quantities of cocaine and marijuana, the sources added. The dealers peddled primarily in Bay Ridge and Bensonhurst, sources added.
At one point, when Donovan was jailed on Rikers Island on a separate matter, D’Onofrio handled his money collections, sources said.
Donovan and the other three dealers – Robert Ottofaro, 22, Antonio DeAngelis, 22, and Mohammed Farraj, 22 – were collared yesterday, sources said.
D’Onofrio is charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy, sources added.
D’Onofrio might want to take some advice from Mama Ang re: discretion.
“i run my hood im the boss of all bosses and all u haters can keep hating slime…,” he brags on the profile to his Twitter feed.
Ixnay on the ossbay of all ossesbay!
D’Onfrio, who lives in Dyker Heights, has several prior arrests – including one for a DWI on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, as well as assault and weapons possession.