Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Lucchese mobster poses with granny

Lucchese mobster Vincent Bruno and his 95-year-old grandmother were captured in this court evidence photo with some herb. The gangster and his walker-using granny are standing next to several large bags that contained “20 or so pounds” of pot.

Granny made no mention of having to maneuver her walker around bales of pot when she wrote a letter to the sentencing judge. “I miss my grandson so much.” Racketeering conspiracy charges were laid against four Lucchese gangsters, former acting Lucchese crime boss Michael Madonna, his second-in-command Steven Crea Sr and associates Christopher Londonio and Terrence Caldwell. They were found guilty.
Vincent Bruno
Luchese captain Steven Crea Jr. admitted to plotting with his father, underboss Steven Crea, to kill Bonanno family associate Carl Ulzheimer in 2012 for dissing the elder Crea. Mobster Vincent Bruno failed to carry out the hit at Ulzheimer’s Bronx home, and the dispute was hashed out before he could try again. Bruno took a plea deal.