burglary ring

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  • A Minneapolis gangster who graduated from high school with honors while running a commercial burglary ring.
  • More than 50 area law-enforcement personnel - almost entirely Denver Police Officers were caught in a burglary ring.
  • Eight officers from the Summerdale police district on Chicago's Northwest Side were accused of operating a large-scale burglary ring.
  • That year, eight officers from the Summerdale police district on Chicago's North Side were accused of operating a large-scale burglary ring.
  • When the police were gathering information about the burglary ring, Manheim resident Gary G. Hauck was asked to testify.
  • Spilotro, in 1976, formed a burglary ring with his brother Michael and Blitzstein, utilizing about eight associates as burglars.
  • During the early 1970s, Cain became involved in a burglary ring masterminded by Outfit capo Marshall Caifano.
  • In July 1996, Mannocchio was indicted with 43 others in a burglary ring.
  • Spilotro, in 1976, formed a burglary ring with his brother Anthony and Herbert Blitzstein, utilizing about eight associates as burglars.
  • He supervised Westie underling Brian Bentley's highly successful burglary ring using two Hispanic gang members until the arrest of Bentley and his group in the early 1990s.
  • Manuwa led a troubled existence in his earlier years, as his youth was spent being expelled from school for indecent exposure, getting into vicious fights so many times he was barred from Croydon nightclubs and being imprisoned for his role in a burglary ring.
  • His capo, Anthony Spilotro, in 1976, formed a burglary ring with his brother Michael and Blitzstein, utilizing about eight associates as burglars.
  • The Sugarman Gang was a burglary ring which operated between Leeds and London, England, during the early 1900s until its breakup by Scotland Yard in 1910.
  • A group of thieves target the homes of young Hollywood stars, Detectives Rex Winters and Tomas Jaruszalski track the activities of the burglary ring that target the rich and famous, whose latest job escalated from simple burglary to assault.