A man from North Carolina was accused of adding rat poison in the pizza

Officer Primo Pizza is arrested for suspicion of adding rat poison in the shredded cheese used as an ingredient for pizza.

According to the police report Fayetteville (state of NC), 55-year-old Ricky Lee Adami 1 Jun was accused of distributing food, which were poisonous or harmful substances. According to preliminary data, it was rat poison.

A man from North Carolina was accused of adding rat poison in the pizzaRicky Lee Adami. Source: Cumberland County North Carolina Sheriff’s Office

The police reported that poisoned food, fortunately, do not have time to get on the table customers. Manager of Primo Pizza Gural beaker noticed a strange brown pellets, mixed with shredded cheese.

Unpleasant discoveries after the employee stopped work in the Department of cooking and looked up the records from surveillance cameras. The video was seen as Adami put an unknown substance into a cheese cutter. The Manager immediately reported the incident to the police.

«Everything he’s touched, I threw it away. All containers, devices, and cheese, of course,» said beaker.

According to court records obtained by The Charolette Observer, Adami has previously been convicted of numerous crimes in the 80-90-ies, including arson of public buildings, arrests for drunk driving and several cases of breaking and entering.

According to the Manager, the accused quarreled with the owners of the pizzeria a few hours before the incident. Beaker assured that Adami worked in the kitchen for about a year, and up to this point with him was no problem.

At the moment the man is in the detention center Cumberland County and could be released on bail in $100 thousand

Restaurant Primo Pizza, which worked as Adam’s, is located at the address 2810 Raeford Road in Fayetteville.