Angelo Gagliano

Alias: Ange­lo Gagliano

Born: 1880

Nation­al­i­ty: Sicilian





Ange­lo Gagliano, broth­er to Vin­cen­zo,  ran a saloon with Ippoli­to Greco at 227 E107th Street.

Gagliano was asso­ci­at­ed with the Morel­lo gang in East Harlem, and gave evi­dence in sup­port of the gang at the 1910 trial of Lupo and Morel­lo. Start­ing in 1904 he ran an orna­men­tal plas­ter­ing busi­ness from his home at 231 E107th, an address asso­ci­at­ed with Ste­fano LaSalle and Vin­cent Rao.

He was arrest­ed on May 17th 1916 in con­nec­tion with the Bar­net Baff mur­der trial. The saloon he ran with Ippoli­to Greco had been noted as the base where the Baff killers were hired from.