Farmer in Boise turns out to be FBI’s most wanted

A New England mobster who went missing in 1994 after he attempted to kill his boss. has been found on a farm in Boise, Idaho.
Enrico M. Ponzo, 42, lived on a farm where he fixed computers and tended his farm animals. He had moved there about 10 years ago and although he didn’t know anything about farm life no one suspect that he was on the FBI‘s most wanted list.

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