|Born||July 5, 1971|
Jersey City, New Jersey
|Died||April 28, 2008|
Brooklyn, New York City
|Affiliation||Pegorino crime family|
Baccio was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, in the projects. He grew up in crime, and had enough money to buy a gun by the time he was 17. One day, he shot a Hot Dog vendor and stole his money, as Pegorino family Capo Anthony Caporetto looked on. Caporetto asked him to meet him at a local restaurant, where he told him that he wanted him to join the family. His first mission was to murder Andre Alatino, who was a mobster affiliated with the Pavano crime family. He shot Alatino five times in his apartment and buried him in a murky swamp, and he was paid $5,000 in cash. Baccio continued murdering enemies of the Pegorino family for years, and in 2000, he was arrested for five years on charges of murder and tax evasion, and he went to jail fotr only two years; lawyer and Capo Ray Boccino bailed him out. They became friends, especially after Pegorino soldier Alessandro D'Amico nicknamed them "The Twins". Baccio soon became involved in operations in Brooklyn, and he murdered a member of The Lost MC, Mike Shepherd. After this, a gang war broke out, and Johnny Klebitz, Terry Thorpe, and Clay Simon rode on their motorbikes towards a convoy of three black sedans, carrying Baccio, Paul Vespucci, Jerry Langlio, Peter Mariano, and Lewis Capreze. All of the Pegorinos were killed in the middle of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, in a firefight that ended the gang war. This was the second war that the Lost MC had fought, and they took over the neighborhood.