Valerie Cincinelli, 36, allegedly offered to pay £5060 to kill estranged husband Isaiah Carvalho after becoming angry at having to share her police pension with him as part of their divorce settlement
According to that plot, a court has heard that a policewoman arrested for hiring a hitman to murder her husband and her boyfriend’s teenage daughter has confirmed interfering with an investigation.
It is stated that Valerie Cincinelli, 36, professedly offered to pay $7,000 (£5060) to kill estranged husband Isaiah Carvalho and boyfriend John DiRubba’s daughter, who has not been named. Prosecutors stated that she became jealous after watching DiRubba’s daughter the time she spent with her dad and the expensive gifts he bought for her.
Carvalho as part of their divorce agreement after their 4 years of marriage ended in 2018. The court was told how the former New York Police Department (NYPD) officer had become furious about having to yield her pension. A month after her husband filed for divorce with DiRubba, her boyfriend initially planning the plot in February 2019 and granted to find a hitman.
But she didn’t agree on much and then Cincinelli was recorded discussing the plot with DiRubba, who was guided to wear a wire. Cincinelli, who had been a police officer for 12 years purportedly stated that her husband should be killed close to where he works in Holtsville, New York.
But in the meantime, she is accused of saying: “It would not look suspicious because the murder would take place in ‘the hood,’ or ‘the ghetto,’” According to more elaboration FBI sting in May 2019, officers faked Carvalho’s death, including securing photographs of the bogus crime scene and notified Cincinelli at her home.
She apparently called her boyfriend to work out their statements and told him to delete text messages between the pair. But the FBI prevented the calls and she was arrested the same day. James Kousouros, defending, told the court Cincinelli gave her lover the money to buy gold coins, not a hitman. After Cincinelli arrest, she was suspended by the NYPD and later sacked.