Nearly two dozen vehicles, mostly heavy cars made of a lot of metal and then dumped them at A&J Scrap Metal Processing for between $200 and $400 a piece.
The vehicles were flattened by a crushing machine. A&J sits on a lot co-owned by Gotti, the daughter of the late "Dapper Don" John Gotti, records show. She took it over last April from ex-husband Carmine Agnello for just $10 using the company name "Three Sons Real Estate," the New York Post revealed.
The scrap yard has a Web site that offers "instant cash for all vehicles