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Thursday, 16 September 2010

Reputed mob boss appears in court on heroin trafficking charges; $250G bail set

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Reputed mob boss appears in court on heroin trafficking charges; $250G bail set: "reputed high-ranking organized mob boss who police say specialized in protecting drug dealers was among four men arraigned Tuesday in Salem Superior Court.

Mark Rossetti, 51, of 1229 Bennington St., East Boston; Robert E. Ciampi, 50, of 67 Brook St., Apt., 1, East Boston; Henderson Martinez, 21, of Boston and Juan DeJesus Valdez, 22, of 136 Timson St., Lynn, pleaded innocent to trafficking over 100 grams of heroin, a crime that will net each of them a mandatory 10 years behind bars.

Ciampi, Rossetti and Valdez also denied a second charge of conspiracy to violate the drug laws lodged against them in connection with the case.

Prosecutors also indicted Rossetti and Ciampi as habitual criminals, a charge that allows prosecutors to propose a longer punishment if they are convicted on the more serious charges.

Rossetti is held on $250,000 bail and Valdez on $200,000 at the Middleton Jail. Ciampi is free after posting $150,000 cash following a bail review earlier in Superior Court. Martinez also remains free on $10,000 pending the outcome of his case."

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