2 BK sanitation workers caught in drug bust

BROOKLYN - Two Brooklyn sanitation workers are facing drug charges after being arrested in an undercover operation on Staten Island this morning, authorities say.

Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan says Gino Collela and Robert Miller were caught selling oxycodone to undercover officers. Collela also allegedly sold cocaine.

Both Collela and Miller work at the Brooklyn Garage 13 on Neptune Avenue in Coney Island.

A Staten Island sanitation worker and a 31-year-old woman were also arrested in the sting for allegedly supplying Miller with drugs.

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