A reputed Connecticut mobster was sentenced Thursday to 2 1/2 years in prison in a weapons and prescription drugs case that revealed federal authorities’ belief that he knew something about the largest property heist in U.S. history.
Sentencing is Thursday for Robert Gentile, detained since his arrest in February of last year onb weapons and prescription drug charges. But prosecutors also say the FBI believes Gentile has information on the 1990 art theft at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990.
A reputed Connecticut mobster suspected of having information related to the largest art theft in history has been arraigned on weapons charges.
Federal authorities seem to have hopes of solving the two-decade-plus mystery of the largest art heist in history, pinning their hopes on a Manchester man.
A federal prosecutor has revealed that the FBI believes a reputed Connecticut mobster was involved in a Boston heist that became the largest art theft in history.
An Ansonia man police who police say referenced the shooting of Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords when talking about gun legislation with a Connecticutlegislator is charged with harassment.