Judge orders girlfriend of Kyle Navin to provide fingerprints
BRIDGEPORT – The girlfriend of a Connecticut man accused of killing his parents after they threatened to cut him out of their wills has been ordered to provide finger and palm prints to investigators.
A judge on Friday ordered the prints be taken from Jennifer Valiante, who’s charged with conspiracy to commit murder and obstruction of justice. Her attorney says prosecutors want to compare them to prints found on a checkbook belonging to a business owned by Kyle Navin’s parents.
Navin has pleaded not guilty to murder charges in the deaths of Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin. The couple’s bodies were found in Weston in October 2015, two months after they disappeared.
Court documents say the couple was upset about their son’s behavior and drug use, and planned to cut him out of their wills.