Butcher Facing Federal Gambling Charges

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A North Shore butcher tangled up more than a decade ago over accusations of illegal sports gambling now faces criminal charges in federal court, prosecutors announced Thursday.

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Dominic Poeta, 63, of Highland Park, has been charged with running an illegal gambling business between 2014 and 2018 and falsely claiming in his 2016 tax return that his income that year amounted to just $81,609.

Prosecutors have said Dominic Poeta was given the moniker “Luciano ‘Lucky’ Petrelli” in a book that describes him as “a star high school athlete in his mid-forties” who “owned a local deli and took bets while he worked.”

Poeta’s arraignment has not been set, and his attorney could not immediately be reached for comment. He faces up to five years in prison.

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