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NC Pizza maker, Ricky Lee Adami behind bars after he’s caught ‘putting RAT POISON in the cheese’

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Ex-con turned Pizza maker is behind bars, again, after he ‘put RAT POISON in the cheese’ with the aim of hurting the public in Fayetteville, NC
Ricky Lee Adami, 59, is charged with distributing food containing noxious material
Was caught on surveillance footage placing pellets believed to be e rat poison in the shredded cheese machine at Primo Pizza in Fayetteville last Friday.
The store manager spotted brown pellets in the one tub of cheese, the poison was found in two more tubs of cheese
Everything Adami touched was immediately thrown out, police was called 
Adami who had a spat with the sore owner a day before. has a list of priors including convictions for multiple DUIs, larceny, breaking and entering, and arson at a public building 
Held at the Cumberland County Detention Center on a $100,000 secured bond
Ricky Lee Adami, 1.pngPizza maker Ricky Lee Adami was arrested at a NC Pizza parlor after he allegedly put rat poison in the cheese to try and hurt customers.

A North Carolina pizza maker has been arrested after he allegedly put rat poison in the cheese to try and hurt customers. Ricky Lee Adami has been charged with distributing food containing noxious/deleterious material.
The 59-year-old ex-convict turned pizza maker was caught on surveillance footage placing what it believed to be rat poison in the shredded cheese machine at Primo Pizza in Fayetteville on June 1.
His intentions authorities said was to try and hurt customers. Gurol Bicer, Primo Pizza’s manager, had been preparing pizza when he noticed an unknown substance in the cheese.
‘I brought the bucket of cheese from the batch that [Adami] cut,’ Bicer told WNCN. ‘I fluffed it up like I normally do.’
That’s when Bicer spotted brown pellets in the cheese. He then found pellets in three out of the five tubs of cheese in the restaurant.

Ricky Lee Adami, Palermo Pizza.pngCaught in the act: Adami was caught on surveillance footage placing what it believed to be rat poison in the shredded cheese machine at Primo Pizza [photo], in Fayetteville last Friday
Ricky Lee Adami, Palermo Pizza 2.png Adami sprinkled the rat poison into a tub of cheese [photo], similar to this

Gurol Bicer, Primo Pizza’s manager, had been preparing pizza when he noticed an unknown substance in one of the tubs of cheese.

Bicer threw everything away and went to check the surveillance footage to see who had prepared the cheese.
When he saw Adami putting something inside the cheese, he immediately called the police.
‘Everything he touched, I threw away,’ Bicer said.
‘All the containers, the parts of the machine, the cheese – of course.’

Gurol Bicer 1.pngThe vigilance of Pizza parlor manager Gurol Bicer [photo], stopped what would surely have been a deadly development

Bicer not only spotted brown pellets in the one tub of cheese. He then found pellets in three out of the five tubs of cheese in the restaurant.
Bicer said Adami had worked with Primo Pizza for about a year and had never caused trouble before.  He believes Adami may have decided to do something to the cheese after getting into an argument with the owner earlier that day.
Adami is currently being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center on a $100,000 secured bond.
Records show that Adami’s list of priors includes convictions for multiple DUIs, larceny, breaking and entering, and burning a public building.
He is currently being held at the Cumberland County Detention Center on a $100,000 secured bond.

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