Grandson of John Gotti, 6 others arrested in suspected Queens prescription drug ring

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QUEENS, N.Y. — The grandson of late Gambino mob boss John Gotti was busted Thursday on suspicion of hawking prescription drugs in southwestern Queens, sources said.

The Queens County District Attorney's Office is pictured. (Google Maps)  

The Queens County District Attorney’s Office is pictured. (Google Maps)

John Gotti, 22, whose father is Teflon Don kin Peter Gotti, was arrested early Thursday along with six others for allegedly selling Oxycodone and other prescription drugs in and around Howard Beach and Ozone Park, sources said.

The Queens District Attorney’s office is expected to detail the criminal charges Thursday.

The incident is not connected to the arrests of more than 40 suspected members of New York City mobs that also occurred on Thursday.

Gotti was also pulled over in June on Cross Bay Boulevard and 162nd Avenue in Howard Beach for illegal tints on his vehicle.

After police discovered his drivers license was suspended, they searched his car and found Oxycodone in a Gucci bag in the center console of his bag, according to a criminal complaint.

Police recovered 205 Oxycodone pills, 18 methadone pills, a bottle of testosterone, Xanax and marijuana, the complaint said.

Gotti had $5,600 in the cars center console and $2,271 in his pocket, the complaint said.