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Pietro Licata was a traditional Bonanno family caporegime. He shunned drug trafficking and was based in the Knickerbocker Avenue, Bushwick section of Brooklyn. His primary criminal activities were loansharking and gambling. Licata was shot in 1976 outside of his Middle Village, Queens home. His wife looked on horrified as her husband was shot dead by a gunman who rolled down his car window to fire at him. Licata's successor as capo, Salvatore Catalano, was active in the heroin ring that involved numerous pizza parlors throughout the United States. Drugs were trafficked from the Golden Triangle to various locales along the east coast and elsewhere.