Thursday, May 26, 2011

Detained in Italy as one of the most dangerous bosses of the Camorra

ROME .- Italian police arrested on Wednesday in the town of Giugliano in Campania (south) to Giuseppe Dell'Aquila, considered the head of the Contini-Mallard Mafia clan of the Neapolitan Camorra and who was on the list of top 30 most dangerous fugitives Italy. According to police sources, Dell'Aquila, 49, who was in search and seizure since 2002, was arrested by agents in his hideout in a heavily guarded villa in the coastal hamlet of Varcaturo, in the municipality of Giugliano in Naples Campania.

Weigh on the mob, among others, allegations of mafia-type criminal association, illegal weapons possession, robbery, receiving stolen property and money laundering. Dell'Aquila is considered one of the founders of the "Alliance of Secondigliano, a rowdy kind of cartel in the 80's that dominated the crime scene in Naples after having led a long and bloody war with other criminal groups.

The alleged gangster had escaped in recent years repeatedly to the Italian police when the police had managed to find his whereabouts. In April 2009, officers arrived at his hideout in Giugliano in Campania when it had just left Dell'Aquila and the following August after he escaped by swimming into the water from a boat which was in the small port Mergellina in Naples.

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