Former chief Vito Scavo, 61, was found guilty on all counts, including racketeering, extortion and fraud by a federal court jury that deliberated for just five and a half hours over evidence in the seven-week trial.He had a security company, and he convinced local businesses to hire his "employees" some of which included cops (on duty of course). If this was The Outfit, instead of a cop, it would be called "protection."
He apparently had 154,000 in unreported income. (That's what they got Al Capone for, tax evasion.) Quite a retirement plan if you ask me.