Rocco Napoli, son of legendary Genovese captain Jimmy Napoli. Rocco was a Union boss of LIUNA Local 21 (Newark). In 1989 he got sentenced to 6 years in prison on racketeering charges, illegal gambling, extortion, labor payoffs and trafficking in stolen property.
The territories once controlled by John DiGilio, a late Genovese soldier, were divided among high level operatives within that family, but some of his rackets on the New Jersey waterfront have been lost to the Gambino/Gotti organization. DiGilio once ran a large northern New Jersey operation active in gambling, loansharking, labor racketeering and extortion. After DiGilio's death, the leadership of his faction passed briefly to Louis Auricchio of Holmdel, who is believed to have been…
Francesco "Skyball" Scibelli his criminal record began in 1932 and included arrests for extortion, keeping liquor for sale and “gaming on the Lord’s Day,” became boss of the powerful Genovese family faction in Greater Springfield and dies of natural causes in 1983.
Ciro Perrone – one time Genovese capo. In 1998, Perrone was promoted to captain taking over Matthew Ianniello's old crew. In July 2005, Perrone along with Ianniello and other members of his crew were indicted on extortion, loansharking, labor racketeering and illegal gambling. Pic courtesy of Pat Murphy.