Melody Felicano Johnson Wiki – Melody Felicano Johnson Biography
A certain Air Force member has a nightly routine where he makes his coffee for the next morning, but his wife took advantage of that to pour bleach into the machine, according to Tucson, Arizona police. Police officers charge Melody Felicano Johnson, 39, with domestic violence, attempted first degree murder, domestic violence, attempted aggravated assault, and adding poison to food/drink. Records show that she remains in the Pima County Jail without bond.
The couple have a son and live together, but were going through a divorce, officials wrote in the complaint. Her husband had been stationed in Germany in March 2023. It was then that she began to notice that her coffee tasted off. “He continued to drink coffee for the next 2-3 weeks and then ended up buying some pool chemical test strips because the coffee still tasted too bad to him,” authorities wrote.
The results returned to normal when he tested the tap water, but the water in his coffee pot showed high levels of chlorine, police said. The husband said he believed someone was tampering with his coffee, so he installed a camera in his house. He allegedly caught his wife pouring something into her coffee pot.
“He said she knew she would set up her coffee pot so it would be ready at night so that in the morning she would only have to turn it on to make her coffee,” the documents show. “At that point she stopped drinking the coffee but she kept pretending that she drank it because she didn’t want to report this while he was in Germany.”
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The age of Melody Felicano Johnson is 39 year.
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The couple returned to the United States on June 28 and ended up on July 1 at Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson on July 1. They stayed in temporary housing on the base. The husband reinstalled another hidden camera on July 5. This allegedly showed that the defendant poured something into the water tank of his coffee pot.
He went to the Tucson police the next day and filed a report that she was trying to poison him by pouring bleach into her coffee pot. “She showed the video to the officers at the front desk, but since what she was pouring into the coffee pot could not be clearly seen, she took the report with no follow-up,” authorities wrote.
After that, the husband bought more secret cameras, which look like fire alarms. These were attached to the ceiling, police said. When the couple ended up in permanent housing, the husband installed one in the laundry room, where he and his wife kept the bleach; another directly over the coffee pot; and a third showing a path between the laundry room and the coffee pot, according to police. Videos from these POVs allegedly showed Johnson taking the bleach, pouring it into a container, and then reaching over to pour it into the coffee pot.
The husband said that the coffeepot belongs to him and that he is the only person who has ever drunk from it. He suggested that she was trying to kill him for life insurance benefits. Police arrested Johnson at the couple’s home. She invoked her right to a lawyer, so investigators did not question her, according to the documents.
The officers executed a search warrant at the home, the officers wrote. They claimed to have found a liquid, which smelled like bleach, in the coffee pot. The police recommended that the court treat her as a high bail risk person because she has family in the Philippines and she recently bought a house there.Read More…….