Alleged Former Mobster Indicted In Toby Keith Restaurant Scheme
The long and winding tale of an alleged mobster turned government informant turned restaurateur entered a new chapter this week.
Frank Capri, which became his new name after he entered the witness protection program, was indicted — along with his mother and an unnamed third person — by a federal grand jury on 16 counts, including money laundering.
Arizona Republic investigative reporter Robert Anglen has written about Capri for five years, which included the failed opening of restaurants associated with country music star Toby Keith and the band Rascal Flatts. Anglen joined The Show and began with to some background on the alleged restaurant schemes.