Immigrant Found Dead Behind NYC Pizzeria Was ‘hissy-pissy drunk’

A man from Staten Island was discovered dead behind a nearby pizzeria. A neighbor, who reportedly assisted in moving him there using an office chair, claims that he was extremely intoxicated and lying on the ground just a few hours earlier. According to John Young, the victim named Julio Morocho, 34, was lying on his driveway on Sunday morning and kept asking to be taken to the pizza place.

“My daughter, who is a nurse, called me and told me that there was a man unconscious in the driveway,” said Young, who is 61 years old. “I said to my daughter, ‘Go to him and see what’s going on.” If you are a nurse, please go and check his vitals. She has already done that. You could hear him making a sound like ‘Urrggghhh!’

“You could detect the scent of alcohol.” It is appearing on his skin. Young claimed that he kept saying he just needed help getting up. “I could hear the man asking for assistance, saying, ‘Please help me get up, please help me get up.'” Just take me close to the pizza shop. I am not injured.

“When I arrived, I noticed that they were walking along the street.” He was very drunk and acting irritable.

Young said that two of Morocho’s friends pushed him in a wheelchair to the restaurant. However, the police said that surveillance video showed Young and another man leaving the dead man behind the pizzeria on Port Richmond Avenue.

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So far, no one has been accused of causing the death, but there is still an autopsy that needs to be done. The police found Morocho’s body at around 6:15 a.m. on Sunday. An employee at the pizza restaurant discovered him on the ground when they arrived for work.

The roommate of the deceased man informed the police that he had consumed a powdered narcotic earlier in the evening. He mentioned that he left the man outside when he discovered that he was unresponsive because they didn’t want to get into trouble.

According to law enforcement sources, security camera footage reviewed by the police showed two people, including Young, pushing Morocho to the pizzeria shortly after 2 a.m.

According to neighbors, Morocho is originally from Ecuador and has recently moved to the neighborhood. The neighborhood is known to have a place where illegal day laborers are hired, as locals have informed The Post.

“The people across the street, who are migrants waiting for work, are all going into this Mexican club here. Then, in the morning, they will be sleeping on our lawns,” said a resident who has lived here for a long time.

“We have called 911 multiple times to report that these individuals are leaving a bar or club and sleeping on our lawns.” There is no enforcement. There is no enforcement. Mario Buonviaggio, who leads the Port Richmond Shore Alliance, a local community group, mentioned that the house where Morocho was living has been causing issues on this block.

“Many people who are looking for work tend to gather here on the corner and in the park across the street,” Bounviaggio said. “If they don’t find day labor or work, they go to the bodega on the corner to get coffee. Sometimes they might switch to beer later and then they hang out there.”

“The police have been coming to that address regularly for the past two years,” he said.

“We have received complaints.” Many people have expressed their dissatisfaction. I have personally confronted them about stolen property, loud music, and trespassing into other people’s yards to take things.

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