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Well-armed Bonnano crime crew busted on charges including Viagra trafficking, extortion
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    Well-armed Bonnano crime crew busted on charges including Viagra trafficking, extortion

    The crew led by capo Nicholas (Nicky Cigars) Santora, who is already in federal prison on extortion charges sold marijuana and Viagra and orchestrated more than $9 million a year in illegal online gambling, authorities said. The reputed mobsters also had tentacles into the labor movement.

    A well-armed crew of the Bonnano crime family was busted Tuesday on charges it banked millions through extortion, illegal gambling and trafficking Viagra, authorities said.

    One of the eight suspected gangsters, Nicholas Bernhard, 51, slept with a pistol under his pillow. Another, Anthony (Skinny) Santoro, 49, kept more than 10 firearms stored in his Staten Island garage, authorities said.

    In all, the gun-loving pair owned 20 illegal guns.



    Members of a crew of the Bonanno Organized Crime Family (left-right) Anthony Santoro (aka "Skinny"),
    Anthony Urban, Vito Badamo and Nicholas Bernhard after their arrests, wait in Manhattan Supreme Court
    on Tuesday, July 9, 2013.


    The crew led by capo Nicholas (Nicky Cigars) Santora, who is already in federal prison on extortion charges sold marijuana and Viagra and orchestrated more than $9 million a year in illegal online gambling, authorities said.

    The reputed mobsters also had tentacles into the labor movement. Two of the crew members - Bernhard and Scott O'Neill, 58 - held leadership positions within Teamsters Local 917 in order to "solicit union members as clients of their illegal enterprise," the Manhattan District Attorney's Office said.

    "Times have changed since Jimmy Hoffa disappeared, but organized crime still exerts a corrupting influence on this city, and in this case, in the labor movement," Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance said at a press conference, standing before a table displaying the 20 guns belonging to the crew.

    The suspects based all over the city and upstate mostly gathered in Brooklyn, authorities said. But they also held secret meetings in parking lots and diners elsewhere.

    Among their favorite haunts were the Sunset Diner in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and the Jackson Hole diner in Queens, law enforcement sources said.

    The suspects were rounded up after a two-year joint investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and the NYPD. They are expected to be arraigned this afternoon.

    The suspects include Dominick Siano, 23; Anthony Urban, 49; Ernest Aiello, 34; and Vito Badamo, 50.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...icle-1.1394099

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