A Kansas City federal judge on Tuesday sentenced the son of a former organized crime boss to two years in prison for stealing $330,040 from ATMs he was supposed to be servicing.
Anthony T. Civella Jr., 47, pleaded guilty in February to bank larceny and money laundering.
Civella is the son of Anthony “Tony Ripe” Civella, who authorities have said led the Kansas City “Outfit” prior to his death in February 2006.
The younger Civella owned a company that serviced automated teller machines and had maintenance codes that allowed him access, court records said. From 2011 through 2013, Civella stole from the machines, he admitted.
U.S. District Judge Gary Fenner ordered Civella to pay $70,000 in restitution, in addition to money he already has paid.
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