Las Vegas’ organized crime past will soon be on display to the public.
Las Vegas tourism officials are offering a chance to get married in the city’s new Mob Museum by a former mob defense attorney.
LAS VEGAS (CBS) – Metro police have made two arrests so far in a swarm burglary that gained national attention. Kathleen Cornell and Deangelo Harris, both 18-years-old, have been arrested and charged in the incident. […]
The first of two attractions dedicated to Las Vegas’ organized crime past officially opens to the public tomorrow.
With Thursday’s arrest of 127 alleged East Coast mobsters comes the age-old tradition of colorful and comedic mafioso nicknames, among them: “Johnny Bandana”, “Vinny Carwash”, “Hootie” and “Burger.”
In a massive crackdown, authorities have arrested 127 suspects they say have ties to organized crime, including high-ranking members of the Gambino and Colombo crime families.