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Robert Gentile, man believed to have knowledge of stolen Gardner artwork, may plead guilty to drug and gun charges

A reputed mobster believed to have information about artwork stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum may be set to plead guilty to drug and weapons charges in federal court in Connecticut.

Robert Gentile, 76, of ­Manchester, Conn., had pleaded not guilty in March to several charges, but he has a change-of-plea hearing scheduled Nov. 14 in US District Court in ­Hartford, court records show.

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