Vincent "Vinnie Limo" Zarcone, 45, of 70 Neptune Avenue in New Rochelle, NY was arrested by New Rochelle police after a domestic dispute turned into a siege situation at Zarcone's residence. Family members living at the house say that Zarcone began smashing items in the house including his wife's cell phone.
A family member who declined to be identified stated that Zarcone's wife had a restraining order against Zarcone.
The siege incident day began sometime around 1:30 p.m. New Rochelle Police Department set up a perimeter, blocking off Neptune Avenue at the intersection of Pelham Road and other other end of Neptune Avenue towards Elm Street.
Family members told New Rochelle police detectives that Zarcone entered the house at 70 Neptune Avenue and began breaking items in the home including a cellular phone.
New Rochelle Police Commissioner Patrick J. Carroll came to the scene, remaining until after Zarcone was taken away in a police cruiser.
Neighbors tell Talk of the Sound that the house has been responded at least twice in the past year including as recently as last week. One neighbor said that members of the "Hell's Angels" motorcycle gang came to collect money they claimed they were owed by Zarcone.
Vincent "Vinnie Limo" Zarcone is well known to Talk of the Sound readers for a 2009 Meat Cleaver attack in which Zarcone's hand was nearly severed at the wrist by Christopher Calise and Maurice Mann
According to the Westchester County District Attorney on June 7th, 2009, at approximately 8:00 p.m., the Calise and an accomplice, Maurice Mann, went to the Sound Shore Fishing Club on Union Avenue in New Rochelle and asked the victim to come outside to speak with them.
Once outside, Calise demanded money from the victim, who denied owing Calise any money.