Charges Dropped Against Mob Wives Star Drita D’Avanzo; Lee D’Avanzo Indicted By Feds

Drita D'Avanzo in court

Drita D’Avanzo in court

The District Attorney’s office in Staten Island have announced that prosecutors have dropped the charges against, Mob Wives star Drita D’Avanzo.

Two months ago, police raided the home where Drita, 43, and husband Lee D’Avanzo, 50, reside.

Drita was in court Thursday morning when the announcement was made.

Drita was allegedly not the target of the search warrant. The feds are taking over the case for Lee, he’s been indicted for possession of firearms and marijuana by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.

Drita told reporters, “I have no time to celebrate because my husband is not home, but I am very happy with the outcome.All I am focusing on right now is the fact that this turned out good.”

As we previously reported the NYPD raided the D’Avanzo’s home and found two loaded handguns, a Smith & Wesson 9mm and a 38 caliber. Police also say they also found 120 pills of hydrocodone / acetaminophen, 22 Xanax pills and marijuana.

Drita & Lee D'Avanzo in court in December 2019

Drita & Lee D’Avanzo in court in December 2019

Lee has been in trouble with the law before, in 2003, Lee was sentenced to 62 months in federal prison on a conviction of racketeering for multiple robberies, marijuana distribution, loansharking and money laundering.

In 2008, he was arrested in “Operation Turkeyshoot,” when four suspects were allegedly caught trying to break into the vault of a bank in New Springville. The evidence indicated that Lee and other suspects attempted to gain access by drilling through the walls of a neighboring building, according to Advance archives and documents previously filed in court by federal prosecutors.

Lee was on federal probation at the time for similar crimes and he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 36 months to five years in state prison.

Source: Staten Island Live

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