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  1. Robert Bonfiglio From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Bonfiglio (born November 20, 1981) is an associate of the Martorano crime family. He was previously an associate with the Colombo crime family's LS-based faction under Angelo Sisca Jr. and Paul Longo. Bonfiglio is considered a senior associate and works as a union representative with ILWU Local 66. He is a minor labor racketeer and was involved with the murder of Anthony Limone, another Colombo associate, in early 2021. Background Bonfiglio was born in Los Santos and a nomad around the city. He moved from area to area at the behest of his parents' entrepreneurial nature. Bonfiglio's performance in school was considered poor and lacking. He was an avid baseball player in high school, but suffered an ankle injury which left him with a permanent gait. He was ineligible for college and instead resorted to employment at a local grocery store. Bonfiglio was briefly involved in a tax fraud scheme in order to support his family. In 2010, Bonfiglio married Lisa Maresco with whom he had two children. In the 2010s, Bonfiglio was a used car salesman in the La Mesa, East Los Santos area, operating the Steals N Deals Auto Dealership. Colombo—Martorano ties Bonfiglio's regular stops at an upstairs whorehouse in a local social club, Sabella's, earned him friendships among numerous mafia figures in the East LS sphere. He befriended Angelo Sisca Jr. and Paul Longo, two soldiers in the Colombo crime family. His growing dependence on alcohol led him astray in Sabella's, and he became entangled in the mob life as a result. Bonfiglio rose to prominence in the Colombo's LS-based faction. He became tight-knit with fellow mob associate Ronald "Moe Chameleon" Ganisa and acted as cleaners and drivers in mafia hits and became a reliable handle for the Longo-Sisca crew, then operating under caporegime Dominic "Donnie Shacks" Montemarano. Anthony Limone Bonfiglio was involved in the clean-up of mob associate Anthony Limone, who was marked for death after allegedly disrespecting a Colombo soldier. He was responsible for disposing of the corpse, and allegedly "rinsed the place of death with hot water and a cloth," until a six-man SWAT team broke into Sabella's and arrested both Bonfiglio and Ganisa in the middle of the process. In a bid for less jail time due to a lack of evidence, Bonfiglio accepted a plea deal charging him with conspiracy to commit murder, and served six months in prison. The murder weapon was never found. Labor racketeering Following Bonfiglio's release, he was fully absorbed by a high-ranking member of the Martorano crime family, Angelo Sisca. Bonfiglio was appointed as a union representative of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union, Local 66, and is considered to be minorly involved with labor racketeering, fraud, and skimming. (( Credits to @The Dirty Duke. ))
  2. Richard Lupo, a former blue-collar, is an owner of a blue-collar business at the northern-end of the city, at Morningwood as known as The Mighty Bush. Richard Lupo is also holder of the dubious telephone sex line, 1-800-LIPS that provide call girls to moonlight in his hotline. He is one of the go-to members of the society in Morningwood & Del Perro together with Christopher Julio and Samuel Reale. He's the Vice President member of the coveted Morningwood - Del Perro Chamber of Commerce (MDP-CoC). His unofficial involvements also include a car-theft operation and more with Patrick Cinghia and Samuel Reale. Dick / Rich Lupo is a former resident of 2333 Jamestown Street in Rancho who lost his house due to the housing crisis in the local area in advance.
  3. The thread will follow Michael's development. Michael is a young Italian-American in his mid 20's and he was born in Los Santos. His father died when he was in early teens, his mother was sick and she could not work. So, as every good kid, he started working to survive with his mother. She would tear up every time he'd bring money home. He felt happy to be able to help his mother, two years later, his mom passed away and he was left alone. He felt very sad for the few weeks but he could not change the fact that they died. He's living alone and he is working different types of jobs to earn money. Michael Calabrese in 2019, three days before his birthday:
  4. Clinton Avenue in North Vinewood is home to a large Italian-American community and as a result, is home to prime breeding grounds for the American mafia with direct ties to the Conti Crime Family. As a result of the large number of Italian-American households in the area, it has and continues to provide the Conti Crime Family with a very strong pool of individuals to look at for recruitment. From struggling fathers, college students, and local kids who can easily be groomed for a life of crime. The North Vinewood Gang is a group of locals who have grown up and experiences organized crime for hand for more than 15 years. The local kids aren't seen a burden but as an opportunity. They'd make an easy $20 just for showing face on Clinton Avenue. Run an errand? Here's a couple of bucks. Smash a window, wash a car, anything was a few bucks here and there for these local kids. Simple, easy money.. Who needs to work when you can get paid just for coming out of your house? The sense of maturity that was instilled in them when they were handed the keys of an expensive car had these kids hooked. If they had any problems they knew who they could and should go to for advice. These kids were seen at the future and they were groomed from day one. They longer that they were exposed to this glamorous lifestyle full of flashy cars, the expensive clothes, and a different woman every night of the week, the more they were drawn to the lifestyle. They began moving from washing cars to delivering notes, picking up payment, and hiding weapons by the time they were 14 years old and it wasn't long after that they began running numbers. The core group of up-and-comers on Clinton Avenue banded together and made their own crew with a vow to be there to put one another first. As they either finished or dropped out of high school the crew solidified and began taking on new tasks. Selling drugs, extortion, robbery, loan sharking, numbers, and vehicle theft all in the name of being a good earner. With the dream of gaining membership to the most lavish club they could imagine. The three founding members of this crew coined the tradition of getting a solid spade tattooed on their right calf used to identify one another as being a member of Clinton. Characteristics of these individuals was consistent; being a good earner and a strong enforcer. These loose cannons had the tendency to be far more dangerous than most connected members of the neighborhood as these guys were willing to do anything to make a reputation for themselves. OOC Info. This groups is aiming to portray a realistic group of individuals that grew up in a mob-infested neighborhoods. Developing from a group of wannabes with their connections to crime. Membership in this group is open to anyone who is interested though it is selective.
  5. This thread will follow the developments of Peter Moro.
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