After changing his name and being on the lam for 17 years, the FBI on Monday nabbed suspected New England mobster Enrico Ponzo in Idaho, the Boston Herald reported.
The paper reported that Ponzo, 42, — suspected of being part of New England’s Patriarca Family –faces a host of charges including racketeering, firearms offenses and conspiracy to murder.
The paper reported that he is expected to appear in U.S. District Court in Idaho on Wednesday where prosecutors will move to ship him back to Boston to face a 40-count indictment. He was arrested in the town of Marsing in southwestern Idaho.
The FBI alleged that he was involved in multiple murder attempts including a botched one on crime boss “Cadillac” Frank Salemme in 1989, the paper reported.
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