Aurora colorado police officers dating site
She told police she found Stacy Feldman's email and contacted her to ask if the couple was divorced.
The two spoke by phone and Stacy Feldman told her she and Robert were not divorced, the affidavit said.
Feldman also allegedly interfered with fire rescue personnel who called him "over-dramatic" and "purposely not cooperative" as they tried to resuscitate Stacy Feldman.
Feldman did not want to have an autopsy performed on his wife, the affidavit said.
DENVER, CO -- Denver police believe Robert Feldman, accused of first degree murder, strangled his wife on the day in 2015 she found out he was having an affair with another woman, according to an affidavit unsealed Monday.
Robert Feldman, then 53, called police around 3 p.m.
Denver police asked for another opinion from a national expert on domestic violence involving strangulation and suffocation.
In December, 2017, the expert's reports said he believed Stacy Feldman had been strangled to death and listed the cause of death as homicide, the affidavit said. Police got a break in the case when a woman called Metro Denver Crime Stoppers June 11, 2015 to say she had contacted Stacy Feldman by email March 1 when she figured out Robert Feldman had allegedly lied on a dating site about being divorced.
Denver detectives observed that Robert Feldman appeared to be "overreacting" and gave them conflicting stories about how he found his wife's body, the affidavit said.
March 1, 2015 to report he found his wife, Stacy Feldman, 44, unresponsive in a bathtub with the shower running, the affidavit said.
Feldman reportedly told officers his wife had attended a party the night before and consumed several doses of marijuana edibles.
The North Las Vegas charter saw more than three-quarters of its students meet state proficiency standards last year and plans to open a Centennial Hills campus this fall on Sky Pointe Drive .
Nevada State Public Charter School Authority director Steve Canavero said schools such as Somerset tend to hold a distinct advantage over others around the state: Education management organization s, or EMO s — private companies that help charter school s — arrange curriculums, look for teaching talent and fund extracurricular activities. “I think if you were to ask administrators the reason, they’d say quality instruction, but they’re recruiting well, getting high-capacity instruction and they have an entrenched culture of success around them.
Nevada charter school students test worse and spend less time learning than the vast majority of their peers, according to a study released last month by Stanford’s Center for Research on Education Outcomes.