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UPDATE: Moline Father & Son Plead Not Guilty

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Two men accused of dealing cocaine out of their Moline pizzeria pleaded not guilty in court.

David Curtner, 44, and his son David Curtner, Junior, 22, were arrested earlier this month.

That's when police raided three locations and the two were taken into custody from Adrianna's Pizzeria.   

Police say they made the arrests after a six-month long investigation. The next court appearance for both men is on June 10th.


A father and son accused of dealing cocaine out of a Moline pizza parlor are making their first appearance in court.

44-Year-old David Curtner and his son, 22-Year-old David Curtner, Junior both worked at the family-owned pizza shop, Adrianna's in Moline.

Police say they were dealing powder cocaine to customers.

Drug officer Kevin Winslow says it was a six-month investigation that started with anonymous tips from suspicious neighbors.

Police say the two were even delivering cocaine to local bars and night spots in the neighborhood.

The father and son are charged with manufactured delivery of a controlled substance.

Both are due in Rock Island County Court on Tuesday morning, May 27, 2014.
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