Steven A. DiSarro was the manager of storied music venue The Channel in Boston, MA, and after allegedly getting whacked by the mob in 1993 FBI agents today are digging for his sorry remains behind an old mill building in Providence, RI "owned by William Ricci who recently reached an agreement to plead guilty to federal drug charges" as reported by The Boston Globe:
Notorious gangster Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi told federal and state authorities in 2003 that he walked in on the murder of DiSarro on May 10, 1993, at the Sharon, Mass., home of former New England Mafia boss Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme, according to a US Drug Enforcement Administration report filed in federal court in Boston. Flemmi claimed that Salemme and two other men were watching as Salemme's son, Frank, strangled DiSarro.
Papa Salemme was suspected of a hidden interest in The Channel, and his son once was an assistant manager. The son died in 1995, and Cadillac Frank is in the Witness Protection Program after dishing dirt on Whitey Bulger.