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You never know what part of what you do will become part of your history when people want to check on you. You want to establish right away, everywhere you go, that you don’t have a big mouth, and that you don’t have too big a nose about other people’s business. You have to be patient, because you never know where anything will lead. Basically I wanted to keep my own personality, which was low-key. I felt that the time would come in conversation with somebody what my game was. One of the first places I frequented was Carmello‘s, a pleasant restaurant at 1638 York Avenue, near Eighty-sixth Street and the East River.
When I parked someplace, I would notice whoever parked near me, and anybody who came in a place with me. The first time I was rousted, I was near Carmello’s. I hadn’t had time to get rid of the car tailing me. They pulled me over. A couple guys in plainclothes with drawn guns ordered me out, told me to put my hands on my head. They patted me down, checked inside the car. They didn’t find anything on me or in the car. When they were finished, they said it was a routine license check because I had Florida plates on the car.
Not too much of a past. Like everything else, I wanted to keep it simple. You have to tell a lot of lies, anyway. The fewer you tell, the fewer you have to remember. In my undercover work I stayed as close to the truth as possible, whenever possible. For this particular aspect—where I came from—the less there was at all, the better. My background was going to be that I spent time down in the Miami area and out in California, and that I was a jewel thief and burglar—and a bachelor. We came up with the idea that I would be an orphan.