Racketeering, murder, assault, auto theft, bank fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, loan-sharking, illegal gambling, drug trafficking, construction management, contract killing, waste management, prostitution, robbery, mortgage fraud, money laundering, extortion, theft, skimming, bootlegging, bookmaking, conspiracy, cigarette smuggling, labor unions, truck hijacking and witness tampering The Di Meo crime family, later referred to as the Soprano crime family, is a fictional Mafia family from the HBO series The Sopranos.
Officer Daniel Enchautegui, who lived next door, came out to investigate.
Armento shot the 28-year-old officer with his .357 Magnum, hitting him in the heart. Armento was convicted earlier this year of first-degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
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It would be a clever turning of the tables and equalizer for the girl.
In the series, the Di Meo crime family is believed to have been formed in Northern New Jersey in the 1950s.