Warrants Issued for Men Convicted, Wanted in Pottsville Robbery Case
Warrants are out for two men connected with the robbery of a well-known Pottsville attorney’s home following his death last year.
A bench warrant was issued for Archie Ciccanti following his conviction Monday by a Schuylkill County jury. Court records show Ciccanti found guilty on felony burglary and a host of other charges.
Ciccanti was not present for his trial and a warrant was issued upon his conviction.
A bench warrant’s also out for an accomplice in the same case. Buddy Noel hasn’t been convicted yet in connection with the robbery on the Pottsville home of Lester Krasno. Noel faces similar charges. A bench warrant for Noel was originally ordered on Jan. 15, court records show.
Krasno was founder of the notable personal injury law firm in Pottsville, Krasno Krasno & Onwudinjo. He died on March 11, 2019, at the age of 74.
On Tuesday afternoon, Pottsville Police posted a notice on social media looking for Ciccanti and Noel. They say to call Pottsville PD or your local police department if you know of their whereabouts.