California man, 91, coupled to a step-daughter to death by the Fitbit device, it dies

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A 91-year-old, California-a murder suspect who was arrested last year after his step-daughter from the Track, reportedly provided clues to her death, and died in a hospital on Tuesday.

Anthony Aiello, has died at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is a Hospital in San Jose, where he was taken Aug. 22 as a result of a deterioration of the health of a pre-existing condition, authorities said, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.

Aiello was awaiting trial in the Oct. 8, 2018, with the death of Karen’s Tv. The 67-year-old’s body was found in her home after she did not show it on her pharmacy technician’s work.

Tony Aiello, 91, was ahead of his trial over the death of his step-daughter when he died in a California hospital earlier this week.
(San Jose Police Department)

Aiello’s arrest made headlines after authorities found the Tv and wristband Fitbit device, which is kept track of her steps, and heart rate.

Her death was initially thought to be a suicide, but an autopsy revealed she died of blunt force trauma.


Aiello was married to the Tv’s mother and said he was visiting his step-daughter, on Sept. 8 and to her friends. He told me that he would see her driving by his house several hours later and with someone else.

However, all of the researchers, said Tv Track-recorded in a rapid increase in her heart rate, it dropped off on the day of her death. The cameras captured Aiello in the car, at home, at the time of the fitness device is incorporated with the fast heart rate in free-fall.

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