A corporate park in East Farmingdale, Long Island will have the FBI on its grounds for the third time in two years. According to Newsday, "Sources said this search was for the body of Ralph Greaves, who according to a mob informant was killed and buried there in 1995. Greaves was murdered after family members suspected him of becoming an informant." The FBI looked for Greaves' body twice before—in October 2008, when they found remains of former Colombo underboss William "Wild Bill" Cutolo, and March 2009—but now they have "more precise information." The FBI also looked for the body of Pace student Carmine Gargano in East Farmingdale, but now it's believed Gargano's body has been found in Brooklyn.
FBI Goes Back to LI To Dig For Bodies
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