A New York City police was arrested on Friday in connection with a plot to take a hitman to kill his ex-husband and daughter of his girlfriend, prosecutors said.
Valerie Cincinelli, 34, of Long Island, was immediately suspended for free after being charged with conspiracy to commit murder. He was taken into custody after the FBI had planned a complex logic in which an agent became a hitman who had faked the hit of his former wife, Isaiah Carvalho Jr.
Murders should be held last weekend, reported by KABC-TV.
"The evidence in this case is very large," says Brooklyn US Attorney Richard Donoghue, according to court documents.
The FBI and the NYPD's Internal Affairs division are involved in the alleged murder-for-hire investigation.
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The FBI was named by Cincinelli's girlfriend when she added her daughter to the hit list, reported by the New York Daily News, citing prosecutors.
The girlfriend, whose name was not released, was wearing a recording device when she met Cincinelli and to record the authorities on her phone calls, according to court documents.
In February, it was alleged, he left $ 7,000 from his bank account and his girlfriend converted the gold coins to pay the hitman. After expressing concerns early in May about the timing of the killings, he told his girlfriend that "Jan Doe will hit the killer at the weekend and then wait a week or a month to kill John Doe. "
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He also requested that the killing be made in the hood or the ghetto so it would not look suspicious, the New York Post reported.
While talking about the daughter, a policeman was said to be: "You run him over the fk, how it is."
The police went to Cincinelli's house on Friday to let him know that Carvalho died and then leaves, reports say, Cicinelli called her boyfriend to make an alibi. The FBI agent who posted as a hitman sent him a picture of a Carvalho dead with instructions to send $ 3,000 to kill the girl.
Carvalho's lawyer, Matt Weiss, told the news that the plea was in the process of divorce and deserved to be in court on June 12.
"He now knows, like everyone else," says Weiss to arrest Cincinelli. "All things are considered, he sounds OK."
A 12-year veteran is assigned to the Video Interactive Patrol Enhanced Response (VIPER) unit, which monitors security cameras in low-income housing projects.
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He had previously worked in the 106th Precinct in Queens before he was placed in a revised duty in 2017 a series of domestic violence incidents involving boyfriend and Carvalho, reported by the news station.
Cincinelli's father, who lives in Virginia, told the New York Post that the allegations against him were "nonsense" and that someone previously dated had "made a charge against him before he tried to kill him. "
They were married, they would have a child and then they would divorce, "she said about her daughter and her former husband." My daughter has no way on the planet to have someone try to kill her. That's nonsense! "
Cicinelli will be held without bail. He faces up to 10 years in jail.