WESTON, Conn. — A series of text messages between Kyle Navin and his girlfriend detailed his plans to murder his parents for their money and dismember their bodies, according to a report at the News-Times website .
Kyle Navin, 27, was charged Friday with two counts of murder and held on $2.5 million bond in the deaths of his parents, Jeffrey and Jeannette Navin of Easton. The remains of their bodies were found Thursday at an abandoned home in Weston.
His girlfriend, Jennifer Valiante, 31, of Westport, was charged Friday evening with conspiracy to commit murder and first-degree hindering prosecution. She is held on $2 million bond.
Navin, who was addicted to heroin, owed $133,000 for his Bridgeport home to his parents, who were planning to cut him off financially and remove him from their wills, the News-Times reported.
According to the warrant, police found two bullet holes in the front passenger seat of Kyle Navin’s pickup truck along with his mother's blood, the News-Times said.
Bloodstains from his father were found on the basement floor of Kyle Navin’s house, the story said.
Also leading to the arrest of Kyle Navin and Valiante: The discovery Thursday at 85 Norfield Road in Weston of a blue tarp wrapped in silver duct tape that contained the remains of Jeannette Navin as well as the remains of Jeffrey Navin in plastic contractor bags, the News-Times said.Read the full story here at the News-Times website .
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