Joseph "Joey Caves" Competiello (born 1971) is a former soldier and hit man in the Colombo Crime Family, who would later become a government witness. He was a member of Colombo captain Thomas Gioeli's crew who carried out multiple gangland murders over a decade, along with numerous commercial robberies and bank break-ins. Competiello was first arrested at age 13 in a stolen car on the Verrazano Bridge. He hung out with a group of wannabe-mobsters in training in front of a candy store on the…

Joseph "Joey Caves" Competiello (born is a former soldier and hit man in…

Before turning to acting, Sirico was reportedly a mob associate or made man (stories vary depending on the source) of the Colombo crime family serving under Carmine Persico and had been arrested twenty-eight times. There is a Sopranos reference to th   Video Game Systems  Information.

Before turning to acting, Sirico was reportedly a mob associate or made man (stories vary depending on the source) of the Colombo crime family serving under Carmine Persico and had been arrested twenty-eight times. There is a Sopranos reference to th Video Game Systems Information.

Joseph Colombo, boss of the Colombo crime family and the founder of the Italian-American Civil Rights League, was shot in 1971 while on a speakers' platform for an Italian-American Unity Day ceremony in New York.

Joseph Colombo, boss of the Colombo crime family and the founder of the Italian-American Civil Rights League, was shot in 1971 while on a speakers' platform for an Italian-American Unity Day ceremony in New York.

Colombo Crime Family Leadership Chart - New York Mafia

Gambino Crime Family Official Boss: Peter "One Eyed Pete/Petey Boy/One Eye/Cyclops" Gotti (Jailed) Acting Boss: Francesco "Frank/Franky.

Colombo crime-family captain Joseph “Junior Lollipops’’ Carna was jailed for six months and ordered to pay the feds $300,000 for his role in laundering money for mob gambling operations. He’ll have to spend an additional six months under house arrest when he gets out of prison and pay a $3,000 fine, Brooklyn federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto ruled. Carna got his name because his dad owned a Brooklyn luncheonette called “Lolly’s,’’ His father was known as “Senior Lollipops.’’ “Junior Lollipops.

Colombo crime-family captain Joseph “Junior Lollipops’’ Carna yesterday was jailed for six months and orde.

Joseph Colombo (1923-1978) became boss of the Profaci crime family. Assassinated in 1978.

(June 1923 – May was the boss of the Colombo crime family, one of the "Five Families" of the Cosa Nostra in New York.

1970 picture of Dominick Scialo (born July 11, 1927 - murdered 1974) known as "Mimi, a feared and well respected capo of the Colombo crime family who ruled over Coney Island, controlling gambling, shylocking and other rackets for the Colombo family during the late 1960s until his murder in the mid 1970s. He was known to many as "The King of Coney Island".

1970 picture of Dominick Scialo (born July 1927 - murdered known as…

Michael Franzese: Former Mob Boss for the Colombo Crime Family in NY. Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 7:00 p.m., Perkins Student Center Auditorium. His open and honest presentations are fresh and unique. Audiences are captivated by stories of his personal experiences in organized crime and genuinely affected by his powerful anti-crime messages and eye opening revelations. Individuals with disabilities are welcome. Call 610-396-6076 for information.

Michael Franzese: Former Mob Boss for the Colombo Crime Family in NY. Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 7:00 p.m., Perkins Student Center Auditorium. His open and honest presentations are fresh and unique. Audiences are captivated by stories of his personal experiences in organized crime and genuinely affected by his powerful anti-crime messages and eye opening revelations. Individuals with disabilities are welcome. Call 610-396-6076 for information.

Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci (October 2, 1897–June 7, 1962) was a New York La Cosa Nostra boss who was the founder of what is today known as the Colombo crime family. Established in 1928, this was the last of the Five Families to be organized. He was the family's boss for over three decades.

Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci was a New York City Mafia boss who was the founder of the Profaci crime family (now known as the Colombo crime family). He was the family's boss for over three decades.

Obit - Alphonse Allie Boy Persico - Organized Crime Figure. A Captain in the Colombo Organized Crime Family, he operated out of Brooklyn

Alphonse “Allie Boy” Persico - Find A.

Joe Gallo became involved in the mob after becoming an enforcer and hit man for Joe Profaci in the Profaci crime family. Gallo was involved in the murder of Albert Anastasia, a hit arranged by Carlo Gambino in order to take his place. A few years later, Gallo attempted to kidnap the Profaci family for money and ended up succeeding. In 1961, Gallo was sentenced to 7 to 14 years in prison for conspiracy and extortion. After Gallo was released from prison and Colombo was murdered, members of…

Joe Gallo became involved in the mob after becoming an enforcer and hit man for Joe Profaci in the Profaci crime family. Gallo was involved in the murder of Albert Anastasia, a hit arranged by Carlo Gambino in order to take his place. A few years later, Gallo attempted to kidnap the Profaci family for money and ended up succeeding. In 1961, Gallo was sentenced to 7 to 14 years in prison for conspiracy and extortion. After Gallo was released from prison and Colombo was murdered, members of…

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