Back in 2007, cops raided the Bronx home of Alcy Rosario, 27, as he and two accomplices loaded 50 kilos of cocaine—with a street value of $20 million—into duffel bags. Police collared his two partners, but Rosario escaped by running away and jumping into the Bronx River. City Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan tells the Post "they never found the body, but they were always checking to see if he might be around," and cops were regularly seen staking out his building. Well, it turns out Rosario actually survived his suicidal plunge in the river, and even went on to lead a life of carefree recreation. On Saturday night, he finally surfaced, after police were alerted to a group of men riding all-terrain vehicles through Van Cortlandt Park. It's unclear why Rosario didn't harness his mutant Bronx River powers to fight off the cops—he's refusing to speak to investigators. He faces charges that could land him eight to 20 years behind bars; his accomplices pleaded guilty after the 2007 arrest and are currently serving seven-year sentences in state prison.