“We want to gather some intel on which mobsters are still hanging around,” the source said.
He said he believes Agnello would begin moving in shortly. The new location stands empty, still displaying a "For Rent" sign in the front window.
A peek inside reveals holes in the walls and cords hanging from the ceiling, left by its previous owners, Party Excellence, whose sign remains over the door.
Gotti was convicted of racketeering and six killings by a federal jury in 1992 and has been in prison since then. and son-in-law Carmine Agnello are both behind bars as well.
In August 2001, he was taken to the Federal Prison hospital with the advanced stages of throat cancer where his daughter Victoria was allowed to visit him.
Also attending were “Goodfellas” actress Debi Mazar and Drena De Niro, the daughter of Robert De Niro.
A team of feds also kept watch outside the gates, according to a law enforcement source.Gotti Tans is moving to new Huntington location Despite rumors that the business 17-year-old Frank Gotti Agnello opened in October, 2005, had closed shop, Gotti Tans is only moving down the street. in Huntington, is part of a strip mall across from Day Camp -- about six blocks west of its original location.Stanley Mussman, a Realtor at European American Specialists Inc., the Huntington company leasing the property, said a five-year lease already had been signed.The lengthy bash allowed certain guests to come and go at intervals, much like Vanity Fair’s annual Oscar party. That’s standard mob procedure.” Sources also said there was “enough security to guard an army.” The groom’s father, Carmine “The Bull” Agnello, showed up with two law enforcement officers who stood guard at the doors, one source said.But unlike the mag’s tiered invites to A-listers and wannabes, legal considerations drove the timing at the Oheka Castle, where politically connected owner Peter Melius was shot in the face during a still-unsolved ambush last year. The elder Agnello had to get a judge’s approval to travel from Cleveland, where he’s awaiting trial on racketeering charges in an alleged scheme to weigh down junked cars with sand and dirt before selling them for scrap metal.Agnello was arrested in November 2006 in Suffolk County for possession of drugs and driving without a license.