Al Capone mugshot, Al Capone was arrested On March 27—1929—Capone was cited for contempt of court in Chicago and arrested in Florida. He was released on bond, but from there on, it was downhill for the notorious gangster:
- Less than two months later, Capone was arrested in Philadelphia by local police for carrying concealed weapons and was sent to jail for a year.
- When he was released in 1931, Capone was tried and convicted for the original contempt of court charge. A federal judge sentenced him to six months in prison.
- In the meantime, federal Treasury agents had been gathering evidence that Capone had failed to pay his income taxes. Capone was convicted, and on October 24, 1931, was sentenced to 11 years in prison. When he finally got out of Alcatraz, Capone was too sick to carry on his life of crime. He died in 1947.
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|Born||Alphonse Gabriel Capone
January 17, 1899
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Died||January 25, 1947 (aged 48)
Palm Island, Florida, U.S.
|Resting place||Mount Carmel Cemetery|
|Other names||Scarface, Big Al, Big Boy, Public Enemy No. 1|
|Occupation||Gangster, bootlegger, racketeer, boss of Chicago Outfit|
|Height||5′ 10½” (1,79 m)|
|Criminal charge||Tax evasion|
|Criminal penalty||11-year sentence in Atlanta U.S. Penitentiary and Alcatraz|
|Spouse(s)||Mae Capone (m. 1918–1947)|
|Children||Albert Francis “Sonny” Capone (1918–2004)|