If you mean, why don't we hear anything about present activity, it's because there is no structured, viable family there anymore. Hasn't been for a long time. Below is what I have for cases involving some members and/or associates still remaining in recent years...
In May 2000, Rochester LCN associate Robert Vaccaro, part owner of the Titanic nightclub, was shot and killed.
In June 2000, Rochester LCN member Thomas Marotta was indicted in the Western District of New York on charges of conspiracy, cocaine trafficking in Rochester and New York City, laundering $200,000 to $350,000 in gambling and drug profits, transporting 6 stolen vehicles from Rochester to Cleveland, and trafficking in $120,000 to $200,000 in stolen food stamps.
In December 2000, as part of a larger drug trafficking case that stretched from New York to Cleveland and California, Rochester LCN associate Albert Ranieri, attorney Anthony Leonardo Jr., and Daryl Graham were indicted in the Western District of New York on charges of conspiracy to distribute cocaine, money laundering, an armored car robbery of $11 million, and murder.
In July 2004, Rochester LCN member Frank Frassetto Sr., Frank Frassetto Jr., and Philip Frassetto were indicted in Rochester on charges of conspiracy to traffic in 5 kilos of cocaine and 1 kilo of heroin from 1997 to 2000.
In June 2005, Rochester LCN members Dominic "Sonny" Celestino and Frank Frassetto Sr. were indicted in the Western District of New York on charges of conspiracy to steal $90 million from a financial institution in New York and wire the money to Miami.
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- Walter White