The husband pronounces after his NYPD officer hired a hit man to kill him

The man of a New York police officer who allegedly hired a hit man to assassinate him has revealed his disbelief and how he helped the FBI pose for photos pretending to have been killed.

NYPD officer Valerie Cincinelli, 34, was caught when her friend told the police that she had given him $ 7,000 to hire a assassin to kill her estranged husband Isaiah Carvalho and her friend's teenage daughter.

Authorities informed Carvalho, 32, last week that the mother of his five-year-old son, a 12-year-old police veteran, had committed to kill him since February, it says in the case records.

He was taken to a secret location and asked to settle down in a car with broken glass over him, so that they could make Cincinelli think that her assassin had been successful.

Isaiah Carvalho said the FBI told him: & # 39; We don't know how to tell you this, but your wife slapped you. & # 39; And my first reaction was: "Where is my son?"

Valerie Cincinelli (photo left in 2017 with ex-husband Isiah Carvalho and her daughter), 34, is accused of asking her current friend to hire a contract killer to kill her ex-husband. She received a & # 39; Cop of the month & # 39; award in July 2017 (shown above)

Valerie Cincinelli (photo left in 2017 with ex-husband Isiah Carvalho and her daughter), 34, is accused of asking her current friend to hire a contract killer to kill her ex-husband. She received a & # 39; Cop of the month & # 39; award in July 2017 (shown above)

Valerie Cincinelli (photo left in 2017 with ex-husband Isiah Carvalho and her daughter), 34, is accused of asking her current friend to hire a contract killer to kill her ex-husband. She received a & # 39; Cop of the month & # 39; award in July 2017 (shown above)

Carvalho told ABC: & # 39; I don't understand why she would try this. & # 39;

He described the moment when officers told him the plot: & # 39; They told me: & # 39; We don't know how to tell this, but your wife hit you. & # 39; And my first reaction was: "Where is my son?"

The Bronx-based engineer continued: & # 39; And they say, "We need your help. We will need you to do something for us to promote our research.

& # 39; They eventually took me to a secret location and allowed me to copy my death and take pictures of it. & # 39;

He told the broadcaster: & # 39; It was the craziest thing I've ever experienced.

A secret detective went to Cincinelli's house in Long Island last Friday to show her the photos and told her to send another $ 3,000 to kill her friend's daughter.

Then she started talking to her friend – who was working with the FBI – about their alibis, the trial shows.

Five months had passed since he had filed for divorce with his wife, but he said there was no heated custody battle for their son, and he was amazed by her actions.

Ex-husband Isiah Carvalho Jr. (above) posed as dead in a photo sent by federal agents to Cincinelli's friend, convincing her that the hit had taken place

Ex-husband Isiah Carvalho Jr. (above) posed as dead in a photo sent by federal agents to Cincinelli's friend, convincing her that the hit had taken place

Ex-husband Isiah Carvalho Jr. (above) posed as dead in a photo sent by federal agents to Cincinelli's friend, convincing her that the hit had taken place

The Cincinelli family has come true for her, her father describing Louis Carvalho as a & # 39; wacko pathological liar & # 39; and a & # 39; bum. & # 39;

The confused saga dates back to February, when prosecutors said mother-of-two Cincinelli approached her new boyfriend and urged him to find an assasin.

But instead of continuing with the plot, he hurried to the FBI with the information and became a secret informant, according to document loading reported by the New York Post.

On 18 February, prosecutors say that Cincinelli has been pushed back with the plot by withdrawing $ 7,000 from a branch of the TD bank, giving the money to the boyfriend to buy five ounces of gold coins used to claim to pay a contract killer.

Cincinelli, who has her own children with Carvalho, also wanted the alleged assassin to kill her new friend's own teenage daughter because she stood in the way of their relationship, the court documents say.

The agent would have told her friend to tell the assassin that he should walk her & # 39; out the door & # 39; to make the girl's death a hit.

The friend caught Cincinelli while the FBI gathered information and told her he was in contact with a hit man and the plot was moving forward.

Cincinelli joined the New York police in 2007 and worked at the Queens 106th Precinct (above) in Ozone Park

Cincinelli joined the New York police in 2007 and worked at the Queens 106th Precinct (above) in Ozone Park

Cincinelli joined the New York police in 2007 and worked at the Queens 106th Precinct (above) in Ozone Park

Last Monday the friend told Cincinelli that the alleged assassin was chasing Carvalho at his workplace on Long Island, but the NYPD police protested that the area was too luxurious.

Instead, Cincinelli said he should be killed in & # 39; the hood & # 39; or & # 39; the ghetto & # 39 ;, so & # 39; it would not seem suspicious & # 39 ;, say daily reports.

Worried that two dead close together would cause distrust, Cincinelli advised her boyfriend to have the assassin (the teenager) kill on the weekend and then wait a week or a month to kill her husband, the documents said.

The investigation came to a head on Friday when the Suffolk County investigator told her that her husband was found dead.

Cincinelli sobbed during the report – but hidden devices recorded her response after the detective left her home.

She soon started her & # 39; alibi & # 39; to be discussed with the friend, according to the court documents.

Shortly thereafter, a Task Force of FBI agents and officials from the NYPD Internal Affairs went in and arrested Cincinelli.

Records show that Carvalho had filed for divorce against Cincinelli last year and that a date for June had been set.

Prosecutors have offered no reason why Cincinelli wanted him killed.

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