Police Offer $50K Reward for Info Regarding ''Execution' of Mobster Angelo Musitano

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Dec/06/2018

Hamilton police are offering a $50,000 reward for information pertaining to the murder of notorious mobster Angelo Musitano.


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In September, police arrested Jabril Abdalla, a 27-year-old from Hamilton, on murder charges in connection with the execution style murder of Musitano and a Toronto woman named Mila Barberi.

The agency has identified two other men believed to have been "directly involved in the murders".  Canada-wide warrants have also been issued for Michael Graham Cudmore, 37, and Daniel Mario Tomassetti, 27, who investigators say have fled to Mexico.

In May 2017, Musitano's pickup truck was peppered with bullets after he pulled into his Waterdown driveway.  Police say he was being stalked.

His murder is said to have been part of an underworld feud.

"It is believed his death is part of an ongoing feud between Organized Crime groups within the GTHA," read a press release. "Investigators requested the $50,000 reward as a means to stimulate further leads, and to assist in locating and apprehending Michael Cudmore and Daniel Tomassetti."

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