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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Queens man admits to robbing bank with help from John Gotti's grandson


Image is part of court indictment 
Michael Guidici robbed Maspeth Federal Savings and Loan Association in 2012.
A Queens man admitted in Brooklyn Federal Court Friday to sticking up a bank five years ago — with the help of John Gotti’s grandson.
According to prosecutors, Michael Guidici walked into Maspeth Federal Savings and Loan in April 2012 and handed over a note saying “I have a bomb.”
He made off with almost $6,000, leaving the scene in a getaway car driven by John J. Gotti, the grandson of the late Gambino crime boss. The teller was Gotti’s girlfriend, according to court papers.
He admitted to the crime in Brooklyn Federal Court Friday. 
He admitted to the crime in Brooklyn Federal Court Friday.
The bank robbery is contained in the same indictment that charged longtime Bonanno wiseguy Vinny Asaro with ordering the torching of a car that cut into his traffic lane.
Gotti and another man in the bank heist getaway car, Matthew "Fat Matt" Rullan, were also charged in the arson, which happened about two weeks before the bank robbery.
John J. Gotti, grandson of the late mob boss John Gotti, helped Guidici pull off the heist. 
John J. Gotti, grandson of the late mob boss John Gotti, helped Guidici pull off the heist.
Federal sentencing recommendations say Guidici, 22, could get three years — but prosecutors say they won’t fight a defense bid for a sentence below the guidelines.
Last month, Asaro, a capo in the Bonanno crime family, pleaded guilty to ordering the 2012 arson. At the same time, Gotti and Rullan turned in their own guilty pleas, saying they were involved in the arson and robbery.

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/queens-man-admits-robbing-bank-gotti-grandson-article-1.3327947


1 comment:

  1. Jr jr jg didn't ur parents beat u to not get involved with this stuff. Shame on them.

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