The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on October 16, 1963 · 10
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
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6 i fW 'lh iiofeton tilobe fOiu,..aat uuobtr to, Ibbd rji Small Amount OfTime Served Frank Caruso Also known as Frank Curchiara, ho was acquitted in December, 1959. by a New York court of Federal conspiracy charges stemming from his alleged participation in the famous 1957 crime convention at Apalarhin, NY. He had been indicted for obstructing justice by giving false and evasive testimony in connection with the gangland meeting. Caruso, 68, has given addresses at Commonsts .Water-town, and Prince and Endi-cott st, North End, the last the site of a cheese manufacturing firm he once ran. He has been arrested 12 times since 1925, for unlawful possession of morphine and dynamite, murder, assault, conspuacy and conspiracy to set up a lottery, auto violations. Joseph Lombardo Lombardo, alias Joseph Lorardi, is 63 and has described himeslf as a cloak maker, salesman and horse owner. He has given addresses in Brooklyn, N.Y., Lawrence st., Medford, and Hanover st. in Boston's Noith End. His 16 arrests include those for murder, for which a no bill was returned, ficticious lottery, assault to kill, conspiracy, possession of drugs, auto violations and carrying a revolver, for which he was given six months in the House of Correction. Michael Rocco He and another man were arrested and tried in 1928 for the murder of the South Boston man, and after a mistrial and new trial, wei e found innocent. Rocco, now 66, was first nabbed in August, 1916 for larceny fiom a person and given four months in the House of Correction. Also called Michael Marino or Martini, Michael Caldaro and Paul Mannix, the 5 ft., 3 in., Rocco, who las grev-blue eyes, has been a chauffeur and laborer and has lived in Boston, East Boston and Revere. He has been arrested 32 times, twice for murder. .H . John Guglielmd Guglielmo, best known under his alias of John H Williams, was arrested at least 16 times since 1927. He stands a shoit five feet, six inches and his last listed weight was 167 pounds. This 50-year-old Wmthrop resident was first seized in Chelsea on an assault and battery charge and fined $10. Grabbed in Newbury port in 1935 for passing counterfeit money, he received an 18-month Federal prison term. An arrest in 1941 for assault with intent to rob u hile armed earned him a five-year term at Concoid Reformatory and Norfolk Prison Colony. He was paroled in 1944 to serve in the Merchant Marine. Henry Selvitelli A career with 32 arrests but httle tune behind bars is recorded for Selvitelli alias Henry E. Fenno. This 61-year-old North End man progressed from larceny in 1915 to an arrest for rape in 1924 and robbery and assault in 1925. The latter resulted in a one-ear sentence in the House of Correction. He was held but later released on a murder charge in 1931. Anthony Sandrelli Sandrelli, 55, of Bostons North End, was called before a grand jury in 1960 to tell what he knew of the gangland murder of Joseph DeMarco. He pleaded the Fifth Amendment. Known as Tony Canadian and the Canadian Kid. San-drelli was first arrested in 1937, on suspicion of murder, but was released. In 1956, he was fined $1000 for violation of the alcohol tax laws All told he has been arrested 29 times. Ralph Lamattini Many arrests and many' aliases are listed for Lamat-tma. 41-year-old North End resident. He has been known, among other names, as Chingo Chong, Ralph Chong and Anthony Russo. The slender, 5-foot, six-mch Lamattma m 1942 was arrested for larceny of an automobile and. a month later, for creaking and enter, ng m the n,eht In 2943 he was held for ex vortion. and three arrests are recorded for the following year: for transporting counterfeit gas ration coupons setting up and promoting a lottery and being present w here gaming implements were found. . 'L RHODE ISLAND and LEGEND A B C D INTER.FAMIIY RELATIONSHIPS CRIMINAL ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IA CURRENTLY IN JAIL FOR NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING IB AWAITING TRIAL ON NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING 1C PREVIOUS CONVICTION FOR, NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING ID SUSPECTED OF TRAFFICKING IN NARCOTICS GAMBLING SHYLOCKING LABOR RACKETEERING COIN MACHINE RACKETEERING EXTORTION, MAYHEM AND MURDERS COUNTERFEITING 8 RECEIVING STOLEN GOODS 9 BOOTLEGGING 10 BRIBERY 1 1 BURGLARY, ROBBERY AND LARCENY 12 TAX EVASION 13 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 14 VICE (PROSTITUTION) 15 ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF WEAPONS 16 HIJACKING 17 CONTEMPT 18 OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE oo chart reference number J HINRYTAMEILO alias Enrico FBI 5&I553 R I State 4639 (i, 14) Sm ANTONIO LOPREATO ; alias Tonu Holmes Kc yi. FBI 1446629 pfwtzi RIState 10026 AMERICO BUCCI alias' Pot the farter" RIStak 8597 (2.H) ALBERT JOSEPH VITALE alias Aldo" FBI FRANKCUCCHIARA alias Frank Caruso FBI 4477 (Attended Appalachia BPO 1 029 s Appalachian (2,6,10) Meeting) ANTHONY SANDRELLI alias Anthony Sanelli FBI 36846b BPO 25643 f (2,11,15) amdut LARRY A.ZANNIN0 alias Larry Baioni FBI 5122703 k, BPO 8 10 IQ M (1,6,11,15) THEODORE FUCC1LLC alias UmonJ Ferullo t27 . V Organization kl lift 1 "JPuSl! isyV'lji hf. -1M r CjJXSsjJ LMVy, RHODE ISLAND LOUIS J.TRGUNETTI alias Die Fox" FBI 1001663 R I State 5040 a.) 1 V V V FRANK MORREllI alids'Butseq FBI 191 50 5 ProvtPD 5344 05) JOHN GIOVANNI CANDELMO FBI 944077 P RIState 2058 11 4 (6,8, ID, II) ALBERT IE PORE alias Veystone FBI 596657 RIState 10059 (2,11) BOSTON, JOSEPH LOMBARDI FBI 520374 :i BPO 7660 (6,13,15) TC3X tFranscscoP.Intiso olias PAUL INTISO BPO 9711 () LEO SANTANIELLO FBI 585960 BPO 6414 (1.6,7,10,11) PETER d.UMONE 31 3763403 BPO 8970 (V) BOSTON MASS ' Phillip Bruccola (former alias PHILIP BUCCOLA FBI 047638 Aesidnq BPO 102 8 (2,6) Hay RAYMOWD PATRfARCA alias John D'Hobile (Boss) F6 191775 R.I.State (2,6,9.11,14) Genoro J.Anqiulo alias JERRY ANGIULO FBI 45II97A (2,3,11.) DOMINIC J.8IAF0RE olios John! Lopez Terry Morelli FBI 4943401 MStafa 127(2,8,15; FRANCIS' JOSEPH PATRIARCH FBI 341103 R I State 4493 Patriarca (11,14) ALPHONSE CJPflLBO alias 'Fabey FBI 599 957 A RIState I II 38 (2) SflNTINO RUGGERIO A alias Sandy FBI 181615 fci RIState 4638 MASS. Michael Rocke alias MICHAEL ROCCO Mickey theWWe Guy FBI 633836 BPO 10295 (2,6,10,11) JOSEPH ANSELMO G alias Joseph Bums TBI 556313 2 Santo Rizzo alias ALEXANDER RIZZO Sonnij" FBI Q38031 BPO 10644 . u oru i v 4 (2,7,U) NICHOLAS A. GISO FB 3663540 BPO 8210 1 Boss) FRANK FORTI FBI 666844A Prove PD 20059 2) RICHARD RUSGERIO alias Ricardo, Rex FBI 196924 RIState 5020 (HiW) mm FERRARA alias FrankMTIOfi'lla, William Farron, Edward Benoit, frank Barron FBI6383 RIState i O'.u.u) ALFREDO ROSSI filiasrtThff Blind P19' 1 GIUSEPPE SWELL! allas,'BlondilUlGO FBI 121250 RUSSO &is) John Guglkmo alias JOHN WILLIAMS FBI 739891 BPO 13537 (7,11,13) Ralph Lamatiino alias Ching Chang, rSFl RALPH CHONG : Anthonv Rosso FBI 229049 8PQ10099 (2,6, 0 SAMUEL GRANITO . i alias Samuel Granrt v Samuel Granita - BI 87S520 - BPO 0460 BZZsr. ti, 'll) Henry Sdyifelli ate HENRY NOYE. t Henry EFeno FBl 8W53 BPO 391 laiLiJi (2,6,9,ii) Many Arrests Feature List Francisco Intiso Alias Paul Intiso. he is best known in police circles for number pool operations. He has been arrested after raids in the North End. He is 46. Joseph Anselmo Once a tailor and later the proprietor of a Wmthrop restaurant, Anselmo, 54, has lived on Broadway, Somerville, Somerset and Langley rd , Arlington. He has been arrested 11 times, the first in 1932 on suspicion of breaking and entering. In 1938, he was charged with receiving stolen property and carrying a concealed weapon and was fined $50 on the revolver charge. Nicholas Giso Giso is a tall (five feet, 11 inches) hefty (210 pounds) North End resident. His record is brief. He paid a $100 fine in 1959 for attempting to bribe a policeman. Pieviously he was arrested in 1946 on suspicion of larceny, in 1949 for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and in 1950 for armed robbery. Zannino Zannino, 43, in December, 1960, was sentenced with two others to four to seven years in State Prison for extortion. He was found guilty of being a member of a pay or die ring that gained $10,500 from Newton contractors. Zannino, who has given Hanson st., Boston, and Moraine st., Jamaica Plain, addresses, is also known as Larry Byjo or Baioma and Joseph Bissanti. He has been arrested 26 times since 1944. Zannino describes himself as a salesman and truck driver. Leo Santaniello Santanmello was a partner of Larry Zannino, and like him was given four to seven years in State Prison for extortion. The 50-year-old Santaniello had also gone by the names of Santamelle, Frank Scibelli, Louis DeCaro and Daniel Viteralli and at different times m his career has called himself a salesman and night club owner. He has lived in Springfield, Queensbury st., Back Bay, and on Blossom st. and Parkland av, Lynn. He first gained a police record in May, 1932. for conspiracy and attempted ex-toition.. He hafc been arrested 27 times. Alexander Rizzo Sonny Boy Rizzo of Revere is another little man (5-6) with a big record. The 49-year-old Rizzo was first arrested in 1931 for breaking and entering and larceny. Armed robbery in 1934 placed him in state prison with a five-year sentence. He was out m 1937, when he was seized for carrying a weapon and returned to jail for one year. The garroted body of Phillip (Goldie) Goldstein, Hull gambler, was found in the trunk of Rizzos bullet-riddled car in 1959 at East Kingston, NH. Rizzo was indicted as an accessory after the fact of murder for allegedly helping the killer dispose of the body. However, the was thrown out technicality and free. He had a arrests. Theodore Ficcillo Compared with most of the others, Ficcillo, 54 and a North End resident, has a moderate record of eight arrests. He was sentenced to three years in the Plymouth House or Correction in 1930 for passing counterfeit money. Samuel Granito Also known as Samuel Gramt, this former Brooklyn, N.Y., man has spent many years in Massachusetts prisons. He is a friend of Brinks robber Anthony Pino, and was convicted in the $110,000 B. F. Sturtevant Co. payroll robbery in 1947. Granito, 56, was an alum- f nus of Sing Sing before com- . ing to Massachusetts, serving five years for grand larceny. In 1938, he was sentenced to 10 to 12 years in State Prison for the daytime robbery of Rhodes Brothers grocery store on Massachusetts av. He was paroled in 1943. Peter J. Limone Jr The 29-year-old Limone has worked as a laborer, peddler and salesman and has been arrested three times, for being concerned in a lottery m June, 1953, suspicion of breaking and entering in the nighttime to commit larceny n May, 1955, and receiving atolen goods m July, 1962. In the last charge be was fir.ed $400. limone has given addresses on Chamber t. West End, and on Central av, Medford.

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