NYPD agent who & # 39; had plans to have assassin murder her husband & # 39; forbade to contact her son
Former NYPD officer accused of hiring a hit man to kill her estranged husband Valerie Cincinelli, 34, is temporarily banned from contacting her son in prison
The former NYPD officer who allegedly hired a hit man to kill her husband has temporarily stopped contacting her five-year-old son after breaking the restrictions on contact with her children.
Valerie Cincinelli, 34, was arrested in May 2019 for alleged conspiracy for her & # 39; sugar uncle & # 39; to hire a contract killer to help her estranged husband, Isaiah Carvalho Jr. to kill.
She is currently being held without bail in the Metropolitan Detention Center on charges of murder for rent and obstruction of justice.
However, she struggles with following the rules behind bars.
On Thursday, she was temporarily excluded from further telephone contact with her youngest child after she had recently arranged a phone call with her son through her older daughter, according to New York Daily News.
She called her 12-year-old daughter from prison and had her connect to a conference call with the boy, who was not allowed in prison.
Valerie Cincinelli, 34, was arrested in May 2019 for alleged conspiracy for her & # 39; sugar uncle & # 39; to hire a contract killer to help her former husband Isaiah Carvalho Jr. to kill. Both pictured above in 2017 with the daughter of Cincinelli
She is currently being held without bail in the Metropolitan Detention Center, where she called her 12-year-old daughter from prison and put her in touch with a telephone meeting with the boy, which was not allowed in prison
& # 39; This court did everything it could to try to make communication possible for the benefit of the child, between mother and child, right? And then it is wrongly done, ”said Judge Jeffrey Goodstein of the Supreme Court of Nassau County on Thursday.
Judge Goodstein forbade her to have contact with her son until her next court appearance on September 17, causing her to burst into tears at the Long Island hearing.
Psychologist Dr. Peter Favaro is a legally ordered monitor who is responsible for monitoring the chats between Cincinelli and her son.
During that Thursday call, he said he was confused to hear the voices of two children, despite instructions to the contrary.
When he told Cincinelli that she couldn't have both her children on the line, she started fighting back.
& # 39; My request to the mother was just that it's mommy on the phone now, & # 39; said Favaro. & # 39; I had to say that about two or three times. The mother then said: "There is no order of protection that prevents this." She kept arguing with me. & # 39;
The lawyer for her estranged husband and alleged murder target Isaiah Carvalho Jr. was shocked to hear that Cincinelli was using one of her children to connect her with a court-approved call with her other child.
& # 39; This is only Mrs. Cincinelli who is living by her own rules again, pushing her own agenda and trying to control the situation, everyone & # 39 ;, said lawyer Erika Sakol.
& # 39; There is no one else to blame, although she likes to blame the facility. There is no one but she, & she added.
John DiRubba, pictured in the New York court in June 2019, reportedly wore a thread as an FBI informant to help investigators investigate his girlfriend Cincinelli after mentioning the alleged plot
Last week, Cincinelli & # 39; s brother Salvatore Cincinelli, a 41-year-old FBI agent, committed suicide
Cincinelli & # 39; s marriage attorney Vincent Trimarco Jr. defended her by saying that she was just trying to make the pre-arranged phone call work under difficult circumstances.
& # 39; We know that the prison is not the place where they want to house prisoners. You have to do what you can to survive there, & he said and asked the judge to lift the ban on communication.
Last week, Cincinelli & # 39; s brother Salvatore Cincinelli, a 41-year-old FBI agent, committed suicide.
In the contorted alleged murder-for-rent plot, the 34-year-old police officer reportedly offered her & # 39; sugar uncle & # 39; boyfriend John DiRubba – who paid for her car and bills – $ 7,000 to find a hit man.
She was conspiring to help her husband Carvalho and the 14-year-old daughter of DiRubba. Cincinelli has denied the charge.
She was arrested after NYPD started an angel operation. DiRubba was reportedly involved in the stab as an FBI informant who wore a thread to help investigators.
. [TagsToTranslate] Dailymail