Alias: Luciano Perino (Real name)
Where: Wilkesbarre Pen.
On Saturday 25th April, 1903, Petto was formally charged with committing the murder. Due to a lack of evidence in the case Petto was never convicted, he was eventually released on January 29th, 1904
During a 1904 investigation into a kidnapping case that involved Vito Laduca, a witness claimed he had seen a man waiting for Laduca on two occasions, the description was reported to have matched that of Tommaso Petto.
It is thought that Petto later moved from New York to Pennsylvania, where he was subsequently killed outside his home in Wilkesbarre.