|Last Corsican Godfather|
Corsican mobster Jean-Luc Germani, France's most wanted man, was arrested Thursday by Paris police, Vice reported.
Branded the last of the Corsican godfathers by French media, Germani, on the lam for three years, was arrested when a detective in the midst of tailing another man recognized him, despite a drastic change in appearance (he'd put on weight and grown his hair long; he was also wearing a baseball cap and eyeglasses).
Germani was charged with threatening police officers with a firearm outside his trailer in 2011, according to AFP. The 49-year-old Germani was previously wanted for the 2008 murder of Jean-Claude Colonna, a cousin of former Corsican godfather Jean-Jé Colonna, who died in a mysterious car accident in 2006. Germani was charged and jailed in 2009 but eventually freed.