Lucchese family boss

Lucchese, once a rival of Gambino, had developed a close with the crime family boss. The two men became related by marriage.22 When questioned by the Nassau County district attorney about Valachi-related allegations, Lucchese reportedly said, "Valachi's crazy.

The Lucchese family operated primarily in the New York boroughs of Brooklyn, the Bronx and Manhattan and in New Jersey. ... Lombardino's client, former Lucchese acting boss and consigliere Louis ...
The Lucchese crime family (pronounced [lukˈkeːze]) is one of the "Five Families" that dominate organized crime activities in New York City, United States, wi...
Acting Boss. Following the disbandment of a four-man Lucchese panel, Matty Madonna took the reins as acting boss of the family in 2009. Notably, his counterparts were, Stevie Crea underboss and Joe D'Napoli, the family Consigliere. In particular, Matty was a man's man, a very likable guy.
Dec 11, 2009 · Martin Taccetta, a reputed former underboss of the Lucchese crime family’s New Jersey faction, has been summoned to a Newark courtroom next week to possibly resolve the charges pending against him in a mob case that has resulted in the convictions of 19 others.
The indictment also names Nicodemo D. Scarfo (Scarfo Sr.), the imprisoned former boss of the Philadelphia family of LCN, and Vittorio Amuso, the imprisoned boss of the Lucchese family, as ...
Lucchese Era 1951-1967. Brooklyn/Queens Faction. Christopher Funari (1964) Paul Vario (early 1950's) Manhattan Faction. Carmine Tramunti (late 1950's promoted to boss) Anthony Corallo (1943) Bronx Faction - Salvatore Santoro (1953) New Jersey Faction.
A member of the Lucchese organized crime family of La Cosa Nostra (LCN) was sentenced today to serve 360 months in prison for participating in a racketeering conspiracy and related offenses. Three other members of the conspiracy are scheduled to be sentenced later this week.
Lucchese family appoints longtime gangster the new boss of its New Jersey faction Leadership of the Colombo family met multiple times at famous restaurant to discuss future of the mob Andrew "Mush" Russo, an alleged Colombo crime family boss, arrives at Brooklyn Federal Court in 2013.
In any event, Lucchese took over the Gagliano family and put his permanent stamp on it. Gagliano is remembered today (when he's remembered at all) as a faceless boss from the early years, but that may be his greatest achievement. The Mafia is, after all, a secret society, and the less they know about you, generally speaking, the better.
Among those arrested were Lucchese family acting boss Matthew Madonna, underboss Steven "Wonder Boy" Crea Sr. and consiglieri Joseph DiNapoli, according to federal prosecutors.
As chauffeur to Tony Ducks Corallo, boss of the Lucchese Family, the bug would topple the Luccheses and inadvertently alert the FBI to the meeting at the Bari Restaurant Supply Company. On June 14, a horde of investigators and a hovering helicopter, tailed Avallino, Corallo, and underboss Tom Mix Santoro through the back streets of Manhattan.