via South Bay ClubJerrry Babij, a fit-looking 65-year-old clad head-to-toe in black leather, wants you to know he can still tussle. "I'm a tough guy," he says, bunching up his weathered fists. "John Gotti blew up my restaurant one time, and I didn't back down from him."Babij, once a rough-and-tum ... More >>
Remember the Gotti brothers? Reality TV's original guidos and the grandsons of mafia kingpin John Gotti? Time and the emergence of Jersey Shore has made them pretty much irrelevant. Even Dwyane Wade, who hasn't exactly been careful with who he associates himself with in the past, won't talk to th ... More >>
Yep, that's Miami.
Courtroom sketch artists give a unique glimpse of our most infamous criminals
Drugs, guns, violence, beauty, style, and the illusory world of Miami Vice
Rundle, Milian, or Pizzi as state attorney in '04?
Wrong place, wrong time, wrong perp, wrong sentence
J. Crew models? Or young Cuban dope dealers?
He was raised to be a soldier by the contras in Nicaragua. When he came to South Florida, he found his calling as a gang warlord.
Clubland king Chris Paciello ain't exactly a Mafia don. But it sure seemed he was headed that way.
Chris Paciello, the dangerous darling of the SoBe nightlife set, has a reputation for fisticuffs. And mob ties.
Attorney Russell Carbone played dirty. How dirty? Try conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and perjury.
Jimmy Sabatino, self-described child of the Mafia, displayed a prodigious talent for confidence games even as a teenager. If he hadn't threatened to kill President Clinton, he'd probably be scamming today.
Jerry Sullivan's descent into gambling, alcoholism, and crime began and ended with the FBI.
The feds spent years building their case against drug kingpins Willy Falc centsn and Sal Maglutaa. Life in prison was assured. Too bad the jury didn't see it that way.
Being thrown in jail was supposed to bring down the curtain on Miami drug lords Willy Falc and Sal Magluta. But there was an encore: Death threats, clandestine cameras, illegal searches, and major security violations.