Italian police are having a busy day as they round up suspected mobsters from among the country's various Mafia groups in unrelated actions.
First: Natale Trimboli from the 'Ndrangheta or Calabrian Mafia has been nabbed after four years on the run as reported by ANSA: "Trimboli . . . was on the Interior Ministry's list of dangerous fugitives and was wanted for crimes dating back to the 1990s."
Next: 24 suspects with supposed ties to the Camorra or Neapolitan Mafia were busted for their alleged roles in rigging bids on government contracts which were "awarded to businesses belonging to the powerful Casalesi clan, with the support of local politicians and administrators" as reported by ANSA.
Finally: 32 defendants allegedly linked to Sacra Corona Unita or the Puglian Mafia variously have been charged with the usual rackets such as extortion and drugs as reported by ANSA.
All we're missing today is a Sicilian bust.
There's always tomorrow.