John A. "Junior" Gotti, son of the
late "Teflon Don" John Gotti, was stabbed in the gut outside
Syosset's CVS store Sunday.
Gotti, who famously claimed to have renounced his role in the Gambino crime family once ruled by his father, was attacked by an unknown assailant late Sunday night, multiple news sources and organizations have confirmed.
He was first brought to Syosset hospital and then to North Shore University Hospital, according to WABC. He has since been released, WABC reported.
A Massapequa man was arrested Monday after
allegedly threatening to blow up Cardworks in Woodbury in March, Nassau County
According to police, on March 14, the
26-year-old store clerk at Cardworks received a call from an unknown male
threatening to blow up the building.
The clerk, along with her manager, called police.
After an investigation, on Monday at 12:30 a.m., Frank Zezulinski, 24, of Massapequa, was arrested at the Second Precinct. Zezulinski's girlfriend had recently been fired from the store prior to his making the call.
He was charged with second-degree falsely
reporting an incident, and he was released with an appearance ticket. He's due
back in court on Nov. 25.