Forget about it. 64-year-old mobster Dominic Taddeo is back in custody in Florida, according to the US Marshals service.

Former New York Mob Hitman Gets 3 Years For Escaping Florida Halfway House

A former New York mob hitman has been sentenced to 3 years in federal prison for his escape from a Florida half-way house, to be served consecutively to his remaining term of imprisonment on other federal convictions.
Dominic Taddeo, Jr., 65

A former New York mob hitman has been sentenced to 3 years in federal prison for his escape from a Florida halfway house, to be served consecutively to his remaining term of imprisonment on other federal convictions.

Dominic Taddeo, Jr., 65, had pleaded guilty to the escape on May 17, 2022.

According to court documents, on February 15, 2022, Taddeo was transferred from the Coleman Correctional Institution to a halfway house in Orlando to complete his term of incarceration for federal convictions out of the Western District of New York.

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Taddeo’s projected release date from the halfway house was February 2023. On March 28, 2022, Taddeo was granted a community pass to leave the halfway house for a medical appointment, but he failed to return to the halfway house as required. 

At the time of his arrest on April 4, 2022, Taddeo was in possession of over $5,000 cash and a driver’s license of a deceased individual.

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