Author of Rogue Town, the true story of Stamford’s corrupt past and the man who stood up to it.
Vito Colucci, Jr. is a former Stamford police officer and co-author of Rogue Town, the true story of the bad old days when Stamford was strangled by corruption and organized crime. Working with the FBI, Colucci went undercover, and at great risk to himself, helped clean up the city.
When the dust settled, fifteen city and state officials resigned or were fired; police officers, other officials and organized crime figures were indicted and convicted. And a young reporter for The Advocate named Anthony Dolan won a Pulitzer Prize for his 75-part series on municipal corruption. Rogue Town includes a forward by Anthony Dolan.
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