BOISE, Idaho -- Federal agents caught up with a fugitive wanted for trying to kill a New England mob boss more than a decade ago, arresting him at his rural Idaho home where they seized dozens of guns and $15,000, authorities said Wednesday.
Dressed in a yellow jumpsuit and with his hands cuffed behind his back, the man sat at a table in a federal courtroom in Boise and spoke calmly to the judge.
"My name is Enrico M. Ponzo," he said.
After the judge read a long list of charges against him, Ponzo replied: "Not guilty, your honor."
Ponzo, 42, appeared relaxed during his 40-minute court appearance, at times smiling at a handful of friends nearby and exchanging laughs with his attorney.