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Leader in illegal dumping scheme apologizes

Anthony "Rock" Grazio of Smithtown, the man Suffolk prosecutors say was the leader of the largest illegal dumping scheme ever prosecuted in the state, apologized Monday in a Riverhead court. (Credit: James Carbone)

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