HAWTHORNE, N.J. — Carmine Garcia, 65 of Hawthorne, was among 19 alleged members of the Luchese Family to be charged with murder and racketeering in White Plains Federal Court on Wednesday.
Joon Kim, the acting United States District Attorney for the Southern District announced the filing of an indictment charging the alleged mobsters connected with the Luchese Family of La Cosa Nostra with various charges that include racketeering, murder, narcotics and firearms offenses.
Garcia is facing a life sentence for a wide array of crimes including attempted murder, assault, robbery, extortion, gambling, narcotics trafficking, witness tampering, fraud, money laundering and trafficking in contraband cigarettes.
Six of the other men charged were from Westchester County, N.Y., and one was from Matawan, NJ.
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