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Alphonse The Professor D’Arco

Lucchese Family Acting Boss

Published by Robert Grey Reynolds Jr. at Smashwords

Copyright 2018 by Robert Grey Reynolds Jr.

Alphonse D’Arco (born July 28, 1932) is the son of truckman Joseph D’Arco (1909-) and Anna Roxce D’Arco (1913-). In 1940 8-year-old Alphonse lived with his family at 77 North Elliott Place in New York City. Alphonse had a sister, Leona (1935).

Alphonse Little Al D’Arco is a New York mobster originally from Brooklyn. At age 28 D’Arco lived at 847 Kent Avenue in Brooklyn.

In mid-July 1961 D’Arco was one of five men arrested at the Hotel Taft in Manhattan. Apprehended after a New York Police detective fired two shots into the Taft’s ceiling, the five suspects were questioned about a $200,000 securities theft that occurred in April 1961.

The arrested men had attempted to sell $30,000 in negotiable securities, along with $15,000 stolen from another theft. They had tried to market the securities to detectives employed by Manhattan District Attorney Frank Smithwick Hogan (1902-1974). Aside from D’Arco those taken into custody were James Charles McKay (1922-1976), 39, of Hoboken, Robert Fulton Raymond (1916-2001), 46, of 1434 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, Frank de Cicco, 38, of Hoboken, New Jersey and Thomas Kapatos (1915-1977), 46, of 41-40 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing, Queens.

The $30,000 in securities were part of $200,000 that was stolen from a First Discount Corporation safe on April 21st. They were taken from an office at 55 Liberty Street.


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