Ny mobster escapes federal custody, NY mobster who killed 3 escapes federal

An elderly mob killer from Western New York escaped from federal custody in Florida earlier this week, officials said Friday.

BOP spokesman Donald Murphy said in a statement that 64-year-old Dominic Tadeo, who was listed as an “escape” on Bureau of Prison records on Monday, is now wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service.

NY mobster who killed 3 escapes federal

The last place he lived under BOP control was a transitional home in Wildwood, Florida, records show.

According to Murphy, Taddeo has been transferred by Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Coleman Medium “to a Residential Reentry Center (RRC) overseen by the Bureau of Prisons Orlando Office of Residential Reentry Management for public confinement”.

“He failed to return to the RRC from his mandated appointment and was placed on the run on Monday,” Murphy added.

Ny mobster escapes federal custody

A New York mob who killed three people and tried to kill two others escaped federal custody after being recently transferred to a transition facility, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

Rochester-area crime family hitman Dominic Tadeo escaped from prison on March 28, according to the Bureau of Prisons website.

Taddeo, 64, was held in a medium-security prison in Florida before being transferred to a halfway house, also in Florida, in February.

A Bureau of Prisons spokesman said Taddeo failed to return from an approved doctor’s appointment and was “put on the run” on Monday.

Taddeo pleaded guilty to racketeering charges in 1992, including the murder of three men during a mob war in the 1980s.

Last year, a federal judge in Western New York denied Taddeo’s plea for mercy release, rejecting his claims that health conditions such as high blood pressure and obesity put him at risk for serious complications from COVID-19. Prosecutors said medical records did not show Taddeo was particularly unhealthy.