Restaurant owner in Florida sold Chicago-style hot dogs, pizza, and drugs, officials say

Broward Sheriff's Office detectives say one Pompano Beach, Florida, restaurant owner was selling more than just Chicago-style hot dogs, pizza, and chili. He was also allegedly selling drugs.

Restaurant owner in Florida sold Chicago-style hot dogs, pizza, and drugs, officials say
Broward Sheriff's Office detectives said one Pompano Beach restaurant owner was selling more than just Chicago-style hot dogs, pizza, and chili.Louis Younglove, 52, of Oakland Park, was arrested Thursday after a months-long narcotics investigation at Chi-Town Chicago Italian Beef & Hot Dogs.BSO spokesman Carey Codd said detectives learned that Younglove was peddling a smorgasbord of illegal drugs, including cocaine, marijuana, and ecstasy.Codd said detectives stopped Younglove in the parking lot of his restaurant and found the drugs, along with more than $18,000 in cash, inside a duffel bag in his car.Detectives said a search of Younglove's home netted even more drugs, as well as nearly $500,000 in cash.Younglove is facing more than a dozen criminal charges.This story was first published by Peter Burke at WPTV in West Palm Beach, Florida.