DeLuca to plead guilty for connection in 1992 murder

By: News Staff

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New England mobster Robert "Bobby" DeLuca is expected to plead guilty on Friday for providing false statements to investigators in the 1992 murder of Kevin Hanrahan.

In addition, court documents obtained by ABC6 News say DeLuca  has agreed with the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office to plead guilty in the Rhode Island Superior Court to one count of conspiracy to commit murder in violation of Rhode Island General Law, in connection with the 1992 murder of Kevin Hanrahan.

In a separate case, DeLuca was charged with lying to investigators about what he knew about the 1993 murder of Boston nightclub owner Steven DiSarro.

DiSarro was a Boston nightclub owner whose remains were found buried by an old mill in Providence back in March.

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