An Arizona man was shocked to find out it was supposedly his wife Apply bleach into his daily coffee after setting up secret cameras to observe their behavior.
The unidentified U.S. airman from Tucson began to wonder why his coffee tasted strange, so he tested the water in the coffee pot with pool chemical test strips. It tested positive for chlorine even though the tap water test was negative.
That’s when he decided to investigate further.
He initially set up a camera that caught her putting something in the coffee maker, but when he went to police they said it was unclear what she put in the water container.
He then installed three cameras while stationed in Germany – one in the laundry room, another in the kitchen and a third above the coffee maker. The videos showed his wife, 39-year-old Melody Felicano Johnson, allegedly pouring bleach into the coffee maker.
According to court documents, the two divorced but still lived together with their child.
“He said she knew he would prepare his coffee pot so it would be ready in the evening so all he had to do in the morning was turn it on to make his coffee.” read a criminal complaint. “At that point he stopped drinking the coffee but continued to act like he was drinking it as he did not want to report it while he was in Germany.”
The husband told police he suspected she was trying to kill him to collect his death benefit.
Johnson was arrested and charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted aggravated assault and adding poison to food or drink. She was booked into the Pima County Adult Detention Center and held on $250,000 bail.
The woman claimed to investigators that her husband sexually abused her during their time abroad.
Here is a local news report about the shocking incident:
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