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Pietro Scarcella was born on 12 July, 1950 in Castellammare del Golfo, Italy, is a Mobster. At 70 years old, Pietro Scarcella height not available right now. We will update Pietro Scarcella's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Mobster
Age 70 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 12 July 1950
Birthday 12 July
Birthplace Castellammare del Golfo, Italy
Nationality Italian

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Pietro Scarcella Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Pietro Scarcella worth at the age of 70 years old? Pietro Scarcella’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Italian. We have estimated Pietro Scarcella's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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2012

On April 1, 2007, Scarcella was stabbed six times in the chest in Millhaven maximum security penitentiary, taken to Kingston General Hospital and returned to prison the following week, but kept away from other prisoners. He moved to Beaver Creek Institution in 2009. On 11 April 2012, Scarcella was released on a statutory release program.

2005

An associate of Scarcella's Raffaele Delle Donne, who had arranged the meeting to unsuspectingly double cross Modica under Scarcella's orders, was also in the shop at the time of the attempted hit. Delle Donne soon turned informant voluntarily to help put those involved in injuring an innocent bystander in jail. Delle Donne worked with police for 13 months wearing wiretaps, and on April 14, 2005, Scarcella, Peretz, Christoforou and Borrelli, were arrested. In April 2006, in a plea bargain, Scarcella was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder, and sentenced to nine years in prison along with Peretz and Christoforou, while the shooter Borrelli received 10 years in prison. During the 2006 sentencing, Russo was paid $2 million in restitution from the mobsters to cover costs of rehabilitation and increased living expenses.

2004

In the early to mid 2000s, hostilities developed between Scarcella and rival mob figure Michele Modica, who owed $130,000 to him and the Hells Angels. Another mobster, Salvatore Calautti ran up over $200,000 in gambling debts to the Rizzuto family and the Hells Angels; refusing to pay, the debt was believed to be assumed by Modica. This led to the April 21, 2004, attempted assassination of Modica in a North York California Sandwiches shop, leaving an innocent victim, mother of three children, Louise Russo paralyzed, while Modica and his associates escaped unscathed. Scarcella's nephew Antonio Borrelli had sprayed bullets with an AR-15 assault rifle from a van including Hells Angels bikers Paris Christoforou and Mark Peretz as the driver. Modica was later deported to Sicily.

1980

In 1980, Scarcella was charged in connection with a commissions scam at a disposal company and was found guilty of writing phony invoices. In the early 1980s, the Buffalo crime family also operated in Toronto and Hamilton, and hired former Satan's Choice MC hitman Cecil Kirby to kill Scarcella and Volpe in an arrangement with Rocco Remo and Cosimo Commisso of the Commisso family of Toronto to gain more control of the market. However, the plot was foiled when Kirby turned Royal Canadian Mounted Police informant. Scarcella moved up in Volpe's organization, having a hand in running the gambling and loan-sharking operations, while also working on schemes where they would be paid kickbacks from both the union and the developers for negotiating construction contracts. However, in November 1983, Volpe was found dead in the trunk of his BMW at Pearson International Airport; Scarcella is said to be the last one to see Volpe alive before his unsolved murder.

1970

In the 1970s, Scarcella became the driver of Toronto mobster, Paul Volpe. In the 1980s, Cosimo Commisso planned to murder him along with Volpe, but the plot was later foiled. In 1983, Volpe was found dead in the trunk of his car, and Scarcella is said to be the last one to see Volpe alive before his unsolved murder. In the early to mid 2000s, hostilities developed between Scarcella and rival mob figure Michele Modica. In April 2004, Scarcella devised an assassination attempt of Modica in a North York California Sandwiches shop, but only left an innocent victim, Louise Russo, paralyzed. An associate of Scarcella's, Raffaele Delle Donne, became an informant, which led to Scarcella's 2005 arrest and 2006 sentencing to nine years in prison for conspiracy to commit murder. In 2012, Scarcella was released on a statutory release program.

1950

Pietro "Peter" Scarcella (Italian: [ˈpjɛːtro skarˈtʃɛlla] ; born July 12, 1950) is an Italian-Canadian mobster based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, linked to the Sicilian Rizzuto crime family of Montreal, Quebec.

Scarcella was born on July 12, 1950 in Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily. He immigrated to Canada with his family at the age of nine, and obtained Canadian citizenship in 1971. In the early 1970s, Scarcella worked at a parking lot in downtown Toronto where one of Toronto mob bosses, Paul Volpe's brothers used to park his car. This allowed him to establish a connection with Volpe, as Scarcella became his personal driver.