Gargotta, James

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Judgments and commitments in Criminal Case No. 14215: United States vs. James Scola, Richard Rizzuto, Jack Rizzuto, Michael Gagliano, Nick Palmantino, James Gargotta, John Buffa, Anthony Trombino, Joseph Bonjoe, Gus A. Roudebush, Albert Johnson, Thomas P. Dodge, Catherine Montalte, William Edmond, Robert Smith, Jesse Brown, Ray Alexander, Ondee Davis, John A. Weathers, Edward Wilkes, Littleton Hendricks, Perry Renfro, Triece M. Harris, Percy Lee, Linwood Allen, Steve Plas, and John Monteleone, defendants.

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Indictment in Criminal Case No. 14218: United States vs. James Gargotta and Anthony Trombino, defendants. The defendants were charged with feloniously removing a total of 22 gallons of alcohol, on which the tax had not been paid, from a distillery "to a place other than a distillery warehouse" at 548 Troost.

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Judgments and commitments in Criminal Case No. 14218: United States vs. James Gargotta and Anthony Trombino, defendants. Gargotta entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to eight months in jail, to run concurrently with his sentence in case No. 14215. Trombino entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to four months in jail, to run concurrently with his sentence in case No. 14215.

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Indictment in Criminal Case No. 14215: United States vs. James Scola, Richard Rizzuto, Jack Rizzuto, Michael Gagliano, Nick Palmantino, James Gargotta, John Buffa, Anthony Trombino, Joseph Bonjoe, Gus A. Roudebush, Albert Johnson, Thomas P. Dodge, Catherine Montalte, William Edmond, Robert Smith, Jesse Brown, Ray Alexander, Ondee Davis, John A. Weathers, Edward Wilkes, Littleton Hendricks, Perry Renfro, Triece M. Harris, Percy Lee, Linwood Allen, Steve Plas, and John Monteleone, defendants.

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