Big Tuna
Before this condo was built, there use to be an abandoned warehouse where there was an armored vault used as a wire room. Phil Cozzo who was the son of Outfit gambling boss Jimmy Cozzo, was operating a raffle and pulling tabs as well as the bingo games. He was monitoring the bingo hall located in Northlake.

517 N Racine Ave.

Before this condo was built, there use to be an abandoned warehouse where there was an armored vault used as a wire room. Phil Cozzo who was the son of Outfit gambling boss Jimmy Cozzo, was operating a raffle and pulling tabs as well as the bingo games. He was monitoring the bingo hall located in Northlake.

517 N Racine Ave.

Before this condo was built, there use to be an abandoned warehouse where there was an armored vault used as a wire room. Phil Cozzo who was the son of Outfit gambling boss Jimmy Cozzo, was operating a raffle and pulling tabs as well as the bingo games. He was monitoring the bingo hall located in Northlake.

517 N Racine Ave.

Before this condo was built, there use to be an abandoned warehouse where there was an armored vault used as a wire room. Phil Cozzo who was the son of Outfit gambling boss Jimmy Cozzo, was operating a raffle and pulling tabs as well as the bingo games. He was monitoring the bingo hall located in Northlake.

517 N Racine Ave.

This use to be the Grand Palace Bingo Hall. The Chicago Outfit was running a gambling scam. WWII Veteran Mario “Motts” Tonelli provided information to retired Chicago Police Detective Don Herion.

121 E Grand Ave.

This use to be the Grand Palace Bingo Hall. The Chicago Outfit was running a gambling scam. WWII Veteran Mario “Motts” Tonelli provided information to retired Chicago Police Detective Don Herion.

121 E Grand Ave.

This use to be the Grand Palace Bingo Hall. The Chicago Outfit was running a gambling scam. WWII Veteran Mario “Motts” Tonelli provided information to retired Chicago Police Detective Don Herion.

121 E Grand Ave.

This use to be the Grand Palace Bingo Hall. The Chicago Outfit was running a gambling scam. WWII Veteran Mario “Motts” Tonelli provided information to retired Chicago Police Detective Don Herion.

121 E Grand Ave.

Home of Charles “Chuckie” English.

1131 N Lathrop

http://mafia.wikia.com/wiki/Chuckie_English

Home of Charles “Chuckie” English.

1131 N Lathrop

http://mafia.wikia.com/wiki/Chuckie_English

Home of Charles “Chuckie” English.

1131 N Lathrop

http://mafia.wikia.com/wiki/Chuckie_English

Home of Charles “Chuckie” English.

1131 N Lathrop

http://mafia.wikia.com/wiki/Chuckie_English

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#tbt my parents and newborn brother

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Home of Dominic Abata, founder of taxi drivers division of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters local 777.

2016 W Berwyn Ave.

Home of Dominic Abata, founder of taxi drivers division of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters local 777.

2016 W Berwyn Ave.