FBI Launches Another Dig At ‘Mob Cemetery’ On L.I.
NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — The FBI has launched another round of digging at what’s been described as a “mob cemetery” on Long Island, sources tell 1010 WINS.
The digging resumed Tuesday, over a year after the body of “Wild” Bill Cutolo was discovered in the ground at the Industrial Park off Route 110 in Farmingdale.
At the time, agents were also looking for two other victims. Sources say new information has led them to take another look for Ralph Greaves, a reputed Colombo Crime family associate who was suspected of being an informant.
He disappeared in 1995.
Cutolo’s body was found in March 2008 with a bullet hole in his head and his leather loafers still on. He disappeared in 1999. He was a Colombo family underboss and was killed over control of the organization.