A Bronx jury has convicted Paul "Doc" Gaccione for his role in the 1992 hit on Angelo Sangiuolo as reported bythe New York Post:
The June 3, 1992, hit on Sangiuolo, 32, was allegedly ordered by Genovese don Vincent "Chin" Gigante after complaints that the capo was ripping off the crime family's gambling dens. John "Johnny Balls" Leto has admitted shooting Sangiuolo, who was sitting in the back seat of a van that prosecutors charged was driven by Gaccione. The duo then ditched the van, with Sangiuolo's body inside, in a Pelham Bay parking lot, prosecutors said.
Doc faces 25 years to life.