Dragna first began recruiting Cohen's Italian men such as Dominic Brooklier to his family and killing his other men such as David Ogul, Frank Niccoli, Neddie Herbert, and Harold "Hooky" Rothman. Once Siegel ran out of favor with New York, he was ordered to be killed. Other members, like Carmen Milano and Jimmy Caci died of old age with no younger people having to replace them.  Licata's underboss Joseph Dippolito had a large influence in San Bernardino and the Inland Empire in both legitimate and criminal enterprises.  His reign as boss was ended when Ardizzone mysteriously disappeared in 1931 while driving to his cousin's home in Etiwanda. When the meeting was raided by police, DeSimone was outed as a mobster. Will the last guy left in L.A. mob please turn out the lights? The fall of the Los Angeles family came when Fratianno became the second American Mafioso to turn state's evidence and testify against the Mafia in court. Joseph "Iron Man" Ardizzone returned to California in 1914 and was acquitted of murdering Maisano in 1915 due to lack of evidence and no witnesses willing to testify. However, upon release from prison, Brooklier quickly took back control of the family, and Fratianno was left back to being a low level soldier.  With the deaths of Buccola and DiCiolla in 1930 and 1931, respectively, Ardizzone (who was a suspect in both murders) was the undisputed leader of crime in L.A. 4 — Ninja Sex Party release their first cover album, and album with Tupper Ware Remix Party as their backing band. Its first leader was Orsario "Sam" Matranga, who started leading the family around 1905. Ardizzone returned to Los Angeles in 1914 and resumed his feud with the Matranga family. Since the 1980s, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO Act) has been effective in convicting mobsters and shrinking the American Mafia; like all families in the United States, the L.A. Mafia now only holds a fraction of its former power. Brooklier later ordered the death of Frank Bompensiero for his growing criticism of the family, and later finding good evidence that Bompensiero was cooperating with the FBI.  Di Giorgio was known as an intimidating and forceful man who was in conflict with several local underworld factions. Dragna was the most successful boss the L.A. family ever had.  In 1980, after testifying for the government that led to the racketeering convictions of five reputed Mafia figures, Fratianno entered the federal Witness Protection Program. These producers would then pay a fee to their Mafia backers, usually on the East Coast, to set things straight with the L.A. mob. The Los Angeles family since made moves into Las Vegas with the Buffalo crime family. He made his brother Carmen "Flipper" Milano his underboss.  20 reputed organized crime figures were arrested in 1984, in what law enforcement officials said was a bid to take over a $1 million-a-week bookmaking operation in Los Angeles. He refused to fall in line behind Dragna and Dragna saw this as an opportunity to eliminate him as Cohen began to create his own crime family that quickly began to rival Dragna's.  In 1951, Cohen was imprisoned for tax evasion and the L.A. family moved in on his gambling business. 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After Siegel's death, his chief lieutenant Mickey Cohen took over his remaining gambling and loan shark operations in Los Angeles. This was possible because in the 1950s, Jack Dragna flew labor union expert Johnny Dio in from New York City to teach Louis how to manipulate labor unions in the Los Angeles Garment District. While other Mafia families in the country were prospering in the 1950s, the L.A. family was beginning its decline. Once the producers paid, the Mafia backers would secretly split the money with the L.A. family. 900 Union St. Dunedin, FL 34698-8231 Phone: (727) 738-2990 Fax: (727) 738-2994 f Facebook t Twitter y YouTube p Pinterest i Instagram F Flickr x Vimeo l LinkedIn s Site Map The weakened Los Angeles family lost ground to the Chicago Outfit and New York families. Members like Stephen Cino and Alfred Mauriello were convicted on related charges along with other associates who cooperated with officials to receive a reduced sentence, putting the L.A. crime family on its last leg.  While Rizzitello, who was acquitted of his original charges at trial, was sentenced to 33 years in prison in 1989 for attempted murder (where he would die in 2005) the Milano brothers plead guilty to lesser charges; Peter received a six-year prison sentence and Carmen received six months. It quickly became apparent that DeSimone was an incompetent boss.