A 58-year-old man on parole who allegedly admitted stabbing his wife to death shocked his family on Tuesday when he was heard saying: "At least now I do not have to worry about another man fucking my wife. . & # 39;
Prosecutors at the Bronx Criminal Court repeated the statement in public on Tuesday during the reading of charges by Virgil Solis.
It is reported that Solis made the observation after his arrest Monday morning when the police took him to the central reserve, according to the New York Daily News.
He allegedly eviscerated Valerie Solis, 53, in his apartment on the seventh floor of the Bronx on Monday morning, police sources said.
Virgil Solis (left) was indicted on Tuesday in a Bronx court, one day after police arrested him for the fatal stabbing of his wife, Valerie Solis (right)
Solis surprised his wife's family when he says he said: "At least now I do not have to worry about another man fucking my wife".
It is reported that Solis made the observation after his arrest on Monday morning when the police took him to the reservation center.
When the line was repeated by the Bronx district attorney, Richard Fasano, in court, Valerie Solis' family reacted with horror, according to the Daily News.
Authorities allege that Virgil Solis stabbed his wife around 8:30 a.m. Monday at his apartment, located in the Tremont section of the Bronx.
"(He) then called several people, including his probation officer and several members of the victim's family, to inform them of what he had done," Fasano said.
"Then he broke his ankle and then fled until he was arrested by the police in downtown New York City."
Virgil Solis (left) has been accused of the horrible murder of Valerie Solis (right) after having gutted her before making a series of phone calls to her daughter's father.
Fasano said Solis confessed to the crime during a videotaped interview with the police.
"He's guilty like hell," a family member told the Daily News.
& # 39; Been in all family functions, has been close to us. He has been in our houses.
& # 39; He sat down and ate with us,
– He went to every meeting. And that this happens is unacceptable. "
Prosecutors asked the court to keep Solis without bail.
A friend of Valerie's told the New York Post that he made an especially disturbing call to the father of the woman's daughter, and continued calling for the night.
The friend, known only as Sasha, said he told the man: "Go for your daughter, I just killed your mother."
Another member of the family said that Solis called his stepdaughter and another member of his family, "telling him he will come to the funeral, that he will get a gun, if you try to stop me, he will shoot everyone."
Solis allegedly stabbed his wife in his New York apartment (pictured) Monday morning
The family member believes that Solis made the calls deliberately to pave the way for a defense of the madness he expects will result in a lighter sentence.
At the time of the murder, Solis had recently been released after turning 18 due to the brutal assault of a woman who had refused to have sex with him, police sources told the Post.
After allegedly stabbing his wife several times, it is alleged that Solis made calls to his probation officer and a counselor at the Manhattan Psychiatric Center, where he lives, the New York Daily News reported.
Solis also sent a text message to his stepdaughter about the murder of his mother, sources told the newspaper.
Valerie was pronounced dead at the scene, and police say she suffered a severe stab wound to her stomach.
When the agents arrived at the apartment on Southern Boulevard, Solis was nowhere to be found.
He was finally arrested around 8 p.m. in Manhattan and accused of murder, murder and criminal possession of a weapon.
Friend Trina Nimmons told the Daily News that Valerie was "the world for everyone."
"It's terrible that she has to die in this way." She leaves an adult daughter, "he said.
Solis had fled the scene when the police arrived but he was arrested and charged that night
Solis' attorney, Suzanne McElwreath, asked the court for "more reasonable" bail.
"He has met all the requirements and has been in contact with his parole officer and would ask him on those grounds," he told the court.
"Although I understand that these are very serious charges, I would ask you to consider establishing a much more reasonable bail."
"He is someone who could benefit if he gets help from abroad and fights these charges from abroad."
Judge Patsy Gouldbourne finally sided with prosecutors and ordered that Solis be held without bail.
The judge also ordered that Solis be placed under suicide surveillance while undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.
Your next court date is scheduled for September 14.