Dig continues at alleged mob burial ground

October 5, 2008 8:07:55 PM PDT
The FBI spent another day digging on Long Island at what is believed to be a mob burial ground, but the medical examiner says the remains they found belong to an animal.Investigators found remains they hoped could be identified as two mobsters and a college student.

An informant reportedly told the FBI that bodies were buried at the three locations in East Farmingdale.

It is believed those bodies are 21-year-old Pace University student Carmine Gargano, Jr., Colombo family associate Ralph Greaves and Colombo family underboss William "Wild Bill" Cutolo.

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