The Trump Tower resident, whose Rice to Riches serves up 18 flavors of rice pudding at $4.50 a cup, reportedly ran an operation drawing a weekly average of $420,000 in football and basketball bets (in pudding terms, 93,333 happy customers). His 19 codefendants included his father, a concierge at Trump Tower, and a father who enlisted his 9-year-old boy to helped relay point spreads via cell phone. Some $413,000 in cash was seized from the elder Moceo, considered the co-boss of the gambling ...

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