Less than a month after the Hopatcong restaurant was raided, a co-owner charged with operating a heroin distribution ring, the River Styx Grill was put on the market and is available to a buyer for $750,000, according to NJ.com.
John A. Davieau, 55, of Lake Hopatcong, the co-owner of the restaurant, is one of seven people charged after a multi-agency, six-month investigation initiated by the Hopatcong Police Department, acting Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp said in a release in early August. The alleged drug network operated throughout Morris, Essex and Sussex counties.
For sale signs were seen outside the restaurant following the bust, but were taken down days later, NJ.com reported. But now the restaurant is actually for sale, even as the Morris County Prosecutor's Office is seeking forfeiture of the building.
When the restaurant had been listed in the past, realtors saw a good amount of interest, according to the news website.
Correction: An earlier version of this story said several managers were arrested.