Saturday, April 6, 2019

DEADLY TRIANGLE





 
and his new girlfriend were charged with murder on Friday afternoon after dental records proved the burnt body found at a storage facility was her, according to the city medical examiner and the NYPD’s chief of detectives.

“The investigation into the disappearance of Jeanine Cammarata is now officially a murder investigation. Working closely with @StatenIslandDA, we have arrested Michael Cammarata & Ayisha Egea, both charged with Murder [in the second degree],” Chief Dermot Shea wrote on Twitter Friday afternoon.

Michael Cammarata and his 41-year-old girlfriend were to be arraigned at Staten Island Criminal Court on Friday afternoon on murder charges, concealment of a human corpse and tampering with physical evidence, police and a law enforcement source said. Enlarge ImageAyisha EgeaAmanda Steen/Staten Island Advance

Michael Cammarata, 42, was a prime suspect in the missing teacher’s death Thursday, and it was revealed Friday his girlfriend helped him murder Jeanine Cammarata at the Rockaway Beach home he and Egea shared, police sources said.

While Egea has been charged with murder and was present for the crime, police sources said, they’re still determining her exact involvement.

A mother of three, Jeanine Cammarata, 37, had been missing since Saturday when a flurry of strange texts to friends raised eyebrows.

The two have a long history of domestic violence, and Michael Cammarata had been held since Wednesday on separate charges of assaulting, stalking and harassing his estranged wife.

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