Max "the "Jerk" Golob, a Murder, Inc. member, was indicted with Frank Abbandando for first-degree murder in the slaying of gangster John "Spider" Murtha on March 3, 1935. With little evidence other than the eyewitness testimony of Murtha's female companion, Golob was permitted to plead guilty to second-degree assault and received a maximum term of five years.
Danny" Greene. November 14, 1933 Cleveland, Died October 6, 1977 (aged 43) Lyndhurst, death by car bomb Known crime boss Irish American mobster associate of Cleveland mobster John Nardi during gang war for city's criminal operations during 1970s. Competing gangsters set off more than 35 bombs, most attached to cars in murder attempts, many successful. Greene pushed into Cleveland rackets began competing with local families of Italian and Sicillian Mafia.
Aniello John "Mr. Neil" Dellacroce (March 15, 1914 - December 2, 1985), also known as "Father O'Neil" and "The Tall Guy", was an Italian-American gangster and underboss of the Gambino crime family. He rose to the position of underboss when Carlo Gambino moved Joseph Biondo aside.
Charles Vincent Trupia (NYC 1923-1949) was a soldier in the Lucchese family and a courier for money and narcotics. Him visiting Luciano in Rome and getting busted with 6 keys of coke in his luggage was the reason Luciano got kicked out of Rome. Luciano went backto Sicily and was lucky Naples accepted his request to live there. Trupia himself made it back to the US where he was murdered in Harlem while being on bail, 1949.
Frank Scappatura (1902 – date of death unknown) was a member and soldier of the San Francisco crime family. Scappatura was born in Chicago, Illinois and later moved to California where he became a member of the San Francisco crime family and gained the rank of capo. He was the co-owner of Sunland Sales Company which dealt in olive oil. Scappatura also operated the Coronet Olive Oil Co. in Oroville, California. He was one of various suspects in the murder of Chicago Outfit mobster Nick…