Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I. features anything crime related. Current high profile cases or trials are discussed in detail with commentary from experts in law enforcement, investigators and lawyers.
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Vito Colucci, Jr.
Vito Colucci, Jr., owner of Colucci Investigations LLC, is a former member of the Stamford, CT Police Department where he worked as a Narcotic’s Detective and Undercover Organized Crime Investigator. One of the main investigations Vito spearheaded during that time was uncovering the organized crime ties within his own police department.
Vito has been a private investigator for the past 22 years, working many high profile cases; Michael Skakel/Martha Moxley case, Jayson William’s case, and honeymooner, George Smith’s case .
Vito Colucci is a regular commentator on various news programs including: Fox News MSNBC, Catherine Crier/Court TV, Star Jones, Glenn Beck, Nancy Grace, Larry King, CNN Headline News, and The Bill O’Reilly Show, as well as being a featured speaker at the first World Investigator’s Conference in LasVegas in 2005.
This Sunday, December 26, Vito will talk with guest, Craig Vincent on what it was like to film a “crime” movie. Vito also welcomes the “Techmeister” Al Dressler to the show in the second segment.
Craig Vincent, “discovered” in Las Vegas, and still a resident, starred in the Martin Scorsese 1995 film, “Casino” as the belligerant “Cowboy.” Vito Colucci and Vincent will discuss the making of “Casino” and the mob presence in Las Vegas.
Being cast and directed by Martin Scorsese, and working along side Robert DeNiro, and Joe Pesci, was as best as I can describe to being an out of body experience as one could imagine. Not only are they all true artists in every sense of the word, and are generous to a fault, but they are true gentlemen and class acts all the way. It’s just too bad I can’t say that for some of the other people I’ve worked with.
“Casino” raised my stock as an actor but lowered my belief that I would ever experience that kind of creative freedom and acceptance ever again.
Currently Craig Vincent is writing a TV Pilot script based loosely on his life and the myriad of strange and unusual characters he’s met on his current journey called life.
Al Dressler, the “Tech Meister”
Al works with Colucci Investigations and is an expert consultant for the Crime Wire Team.