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A New York City cop was charged Friday with murder after police say he forced his little 8-year-old to spend the night in a cold garage is abuse from him, according to the report.
Michael Valva, 40, was arrested Friday morning by police in Suffolk County, Long Island, new york, Fox 5 New York reported.
His fiancé, Angelina Pollina, 42, was also charged with the murder of the boy’s death.
The boy, Thomas, Valva, died in the Jan. 17, the station reported.
The images show the, Michael Valva, 40, is a New York City police officer, and his fiancee, Angela Pollina, 42, by which a law enforcement agency in Suffolk County, L. I., after they were charged with murder in the death of the Valva, the autistic 8-year-old son, Thomas, Valva.
(Jody Goldberg/Fox 5 New York)
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That is, when the Valva and called the police to report the boy unconscious in the driveway of their home in Center Moriches, the station reported.
Authorities said the boy had been exposed to temperatures below the freezing point during the night, in the unheated garage when the temperature outside was baptized at 19 degrees c, Fox 5 reported.
Thomas’s body temperature is 76 degrees, and before he got to the hospital and was pronounced dead, according to the station.
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The researchers said that the boy had never fallen on the ramp and had a head and facial injuries that indicated signs of abuse.
Valva was a New York City police officer in 2005.
The police said that they believe the Valva being punished, Thomas, and another son who is 10 years old, depriving them of food and exposing them to the cold, according to the report. They said they were still investigating if the Valva’s third child, a 6-year-old boy, had been abused.
Pollina was the mother of 11-year-old twin daughters and 6-year-old girl, according to reports.
The police have been looking into the question of whether the child is in the well-being of the employees, were informed of the abuse, WABC-TV reported.
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“We’re going to look at each and every interaction with this child by the system, and we are going to follow you and to make sure that we examine every avenue,” Suffolk Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart said, according to the station.