Judge says reputed mob member can return to work in Cleveland




A Cuyahoga County judge says a reputed member of New York’s Gambino crime family and former son-in-law of John Gotti can resume working at the scrap yards he operates in southeastern Cleveland.
Cleveland police arrested Carmine “The Bull” Agnello, 55, of Bentleyville, on July 15 for what authorities say was a $3 million scam involving stolen cars and scrap metal. A common pleas judge freed Agnello on bond but ordered him to stay away from his scrap yards. A different judge on Thursday said Agnello can return to work.
Agnello hasn’t been formally charged. Prosecutors said they’ll seek charges at a grand jury. Agnello was married for 17 years to reality TV star Victoria Gotti, the daughter of the late crime boss. They divorced in 2002.

 — From wire reports