Italian police arrested one of the bosses of a mafia clan Ndrangheta, Giuseppe Georgie, who was wanted for 23 years. It is reported by Rai News.
The operation to capture the criminal authority took place in his native town of San Luca, in Calabria, in the South of the country. According to the police, Georgie came back here recently. Most likely, he was hiding from the Italian justice in Duisburg (Germany).
In 1994, the offender was sentenced to 28 years and 9 months in prison for drug trafficking, but he managed to escape. Before the arrest Georgie was in the top five most wanted Italian mafia.
On 22 March it was reported that the Italian carabinieri caught the influential leader of the clan Pelle-Vottari — Vottari Santo (Santo Vottari). 44-year-old gunman was listed in the list of the most dangerous criminals in Europe and was wanted by Europol. He was hiding from law enforcement for 10 years. Man sentenced to 30 years in prison for murder, grievous bodily harm and participation in a criminal organization.