31-year-old Connecticut woman, Jennifer Valiante charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the August 2015 killings of her boyfriend’s parents
Kyle Navin, 28, was charged with two counts of murder in the 2015 shootng of Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin, age 55 and 56 Navin of Easton, CT who went missing in 3 months earlier
Their remains were found buried outside vacant home in Weston, Connecticut in October, three months later
Kyle Navin, is accused of shooting his parents to death after they threatened to cut him out of their will
State prosecutors filed a motion seeking samples of Valiante’s pubic and head hair, saliva and blood
The samples would be tested against tape used to restrain victims’ bodies
Charged with two counts of first-degree murder and held on $2.5 million bond.
Prosecutors in Connecticut have filed a motion asking the girlfriend of a man charged with killing his parents to provide samples of her pubic hair.
Jennifer Valiante, 31, entered a not guilty plea in November 2015, to a charge of conspiracy to commit murder in the slayings of her boyfriend Kyle Navin’s parents last summer.
Authorities say Navin, 28, fatally shot Jeffery and Jeanette Navin after they threatened to cut him out of their will.
Prosecutors in Connecticut have filed a motion asking Jennifer Valiante, seen in court last November, to provide samples of her pubic hair, head hair, saliva and blood
The Easton couple went missing on August 4, and their bodies were discovered buried outside a vacant home in nearby Weston on October 29.
Investigators have alleged that Navin killed his parents with Valiente’s aid, pointing to a series of text messages the couple exchanged around the time of the killings, in which the son allegedly expressed a growing resentment towards his father.
Navin pled not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder in January. He is being held on $2.5 million bond.
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Cops say Navin fatally shot Jennifer and Jeanette Navin (pictured) after they threatened to cut him out of their will
Valiante’s lawyer, Elliot Warren, previously stated that his client played no role in the murders.
This week, state prosecutions asked that the jailed woman provide samples of her pubic hair, head hair, saliva and blood to be tested against the tape used to restrain Jeanette and Jeffrey Navin’s bodies, and a substance found on a business ledger found in the victims’ home.
Kyle Navin is in jail on murder charges in the killing of his parents
Defence attorney, Eugene Riccio (left) with his client, Kyle Navin, at the state Superior Court in Bridgeport in November.
Warren said he is objecting to the prosecution’s request, which he slammed as a ‘fishing expedition.’
‘There is no reason they need these things at this point in the case, 10 months after her arrest,’ Warren said Wednesday.
A day earlier, the prosecution made a motion seeking to obtain enhanced fingerprints from Kyle Navin, which Judge Robert Devlin denied.Devlin dismissed the request until prosecutors present evidence that items from the crime scene have currently unknown fingerprints on them.
Authorities said Jeanette Navin was upset about her son Kyle’s drug use and behavior, and the parents were planning to cut their son out of their will.
The younger Navin was already in custody on a federal weapons charge, stemming from a search of his Bridgeport home during the investigation into his parents’ disappearance.
Court documents in that case indicate that Navin’s mother had told a friend that she and her husband planned to sell their trash-hauling business and leave their drug-addict son out of their will.
Mrs Navin, 54, was upset about her son’s failure to pay the mortgage and taxes on the home they bought him, according to the arrest warrant for Valiante.