Welcome to the world of Vincent Mad Dog Coll. Never heard of him? Well ... by the summer of 1931, he we front page news across the nation. Once a key enforcer for the Dutch Schultz mob, Coll wanted more. The Dutchman didn't quite agree. Coll split, took a handful of key gang members, and IT WAS WAR! Bodies were splattered all over the streets of New York City as the Coll gang revolutionized the drive-by shooting. But it was one fateful day in July when Vincent Coll was referred to as MAD DOG COLL.
Follow this riveting story of a badass gangster from the Prohibition Era, who met his maker at the age of 23.
Vincent Mad Dog Coll's Arrests
Committed to Mission of the Immaculate Virgin as a disorderly child
Committed to Catholic Protectory for juvenile delinquency.
May 10, 1924
Arrested for juvenile delinquency. Placed on probation.
November 7, 1924
Arrested in the Bronx for possessing a revolver. Sent to House of Refuge. Transferred Elmira for indeterminate term. Paroled.
June 28, 1928
Arrested for unlawful entry. Discharged.
December 13, 1928
Arrested for assault and robbery. Discharged.
December 19, 1928
Arrested in Yonkers for suspicion of a felony (Bank robbery?). Dismissed.
December 26, 1928
Arrested for violation of parole. Sent back to Elmira to finish his sentence.
March 30, 1930
Discharged by Magistrate Ewald on a homicide charge, but held in $10,000 bail on a Sullivan law charge. He jumped bail on July 3, 1931.
April 22, 1930
Arrested for robbery and discharged by Magistrate Adolph Stern.
June 2, 1930
Arrested for robbery, discharged.
June 5, 1930
Arrested in Brooklyn by felonious assault; discharged by Magistrate Gasper J. Liota.
November 9, 1930
Arrested for possessing a gun and attempted robbery of Prudential Life Insurance Company, 809 Westchester Ave., Bronx. Discharged by Magistrate Henry M.R. Goodman.
December 13, 1930
Arrested for robbery. Discharged by Magistrate John V. Flood.
October 4, 1931
Arrested for homicide. Acquitted in General Sessions.
January 11, 1932
Arrested for conspiracy. Discharged.