Eleven reputed Genovese members and associates variously have been charged by the New Jersey Attorney General for their alleged roles in a crew run by capo Charles "Chuckie" Tuzzo and soldier Vito Alberti involving multiple rackets according to a press release:
The 11 defendants are charged, in varying combinations, with running the following criminal schemes . . . which generated "tribute" payments up the Genovese chain of command: a massive loansharking operation that yielded about $1.3 million in illegal interest per year; an illicit multi-million dollar offshore sports gambling enterprise; an unlicensed check-cashing business that made $9 million in fees in four years, while enabling customers to launder funds and evade taxes by skirting federal reporting requirements; laundering of $666,000 in drug money via check-cashing businesses; illegal control and use of a trucking firm with a contract to transport cars from Port Newark; and tax fraud and evasion.
Others charged include Domenick Pucillo, Robert "Bobby Spags" Spagnola, Flor Miranda, Vincent P. Coppola, a son of imprisoned capo Michael Coppola, John W. Trainor, Jerry J. Alabanese, Abel J. Rodriguez, Manuel Rodriguez and Jennifer Mann.