Richard Stout and Jack Garcia – The FBI Fight Dirty Cops

Retired KCPD Intelligence Unit Detective Gary Jenkins interviews retired FBI agents Richard Stout and Jack “Jack Falcone” Garica. Richard Stout worked on public corruption in South Florida during the 1980s. Agent Stout uncovered a small cabal of corrupt Broward county Florida cops. Together, these agents conducted an operation that snared the ringleader, former Deputy Richard Tauber, and another deputy Kevin Frankel. They also took down two civilians named Robert Baccari and Christopher Provenzano.

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Agent Stout learned that Deputy Richard Tauber acted more like he was an organized crime associate than a deputy sheriff. He was able to insert an unc=dercover agent into Tauber’s circle and when the agent suggested that Tauber could earn a large payoff if he transported a large cache of stolen diamonds from Florida to New York. During the first meeting with this agent, Tauber openly bragged about how he could get anything done because of his police connections. He would later introduce his friends Baccari and Provenzano to help with future shipments of diamonds and what he thought was cocaine.

Jack Garcia was introduced as the mafia boss from an unspecified Northeast mob family and these men continued bragging about how much they could do with the inside connections with all police departments because Tauber could always flash his badge and claim to be working his own undercover case.

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