Daniel, Peter and Allen Milos with their mother Kata Photo: Facebook
Daniel, Peter and Allen Milos with their mother Kata Photo: Facebook

Murdered chef Peter Milos 'family business was heroin'

As the hunt for his killer continues, Brisbane chef Peter Milos has emerged as the youngest son of a crime family whose main business was the heroin trade.​

His older brother Daniel Milos, with whom Peter owned upmarket Italian restaurant Mariosarti in Toowong, was sentenced to nine years' behind bars in 2000 for trafficking and supplying heroin.

Daniel's prized possessions, including a Subaru WRX with the registration SIK WRX, a "Golden Eye" LG television and a Yamaha Banshee quad bike, were seized by police.

Other brother Allen Milos was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment in 1999 for trafficking and supplying the same drug, Fairfax reported 

He was arrested with a cache of drugs including ice and ecstacy and $47,000 in cash.

In the same year, their mother Kata Allen, who remarried after the boys' father passed away when Peter was young, was charged with possessing property reasonably suspected of being tainted.

Peter Milos was a former Maroochydore State High School student with his friends remembering him fondly.

"He was a ladies man, girls loved him! He was a real smooth talker with the ladies and such a gentle giant who treated girls with the most utmost respect,'' one friend said.

"He was a loving family man who loved his friends aswell. He loved his mother to pieces and looked up to Mario (his boss) as a fatherly figure.

"Peter rarely if ever had any enemies, he was to nice and sweet to not like, just one of those people you instantly click with.''


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