New York State Police arrested Frank Moracco Monday on charges of misconduct and petit larceny.
Police started investigating Moracco in July of 2015 after getting a tip from someone in the town, New York State Police spokesman Jack Keller said.
“There were a variety of signs, including yield and stop signs,” Keller said “A village usually has to apply to get signs and then pay a fee. [Moracco] bypassed that process.”
Moracco was issued an appearance ticket for the charges and is due in Frankfort Town Court May 3.
It is unknown what has happened to the road signs allegedly stolen by Moracco.
But that sounds like a crack head move to me!
Pizza is the best, but let’s face it: Pizza boxes are the worst.
They’re clunky. Cardboard feels terrible on your fingers. And when you’re finished with your pizza, you can’t reuse the box for anything because it’s covered in disgusting grease. It just sits by your door attracting bugs until you can work up the motivation to drag out it to the trash, since the grease and cheese stains typically render them non-recyclable . (Though if you have a compost bin, you can compost them!)
Brooklyn pizza joint Vinnies Pizzaria has solved this plethora of problems
by creating a pizza box that's madeout of pizza. The whole shebang will run you $40, but hey, it’s also a lot more pizza than just a pizza.
Owner Sean Bertuaime came up with the idea because he was bored, he told news station Pix 11. He also noted that for now, the restaurant is encouraging customers ordering the box to pick up their order rather than have it delivered. As NBC reported Friday, they’re still trying to figure out the best way to deliverthe pizza without using an actual box and thus defeating the whole point.
Vinnie’s achieved viral fame around this time last year when the shop introduceda pizza topped with smallerpizza slices. They also recently created a killer Prince tribute on their menu board.