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Husband killed wife then put kids in a car with her burnt corpse

A man killed his wife then put her two kids, aged 3 and 7, in a car alongside their mothers burnt corpse, police say.

Jeanine Cammarata, 37, was allegedly killed by her estranged husband Michael Cammarata, 42, and his six-months-pregnant girlfriend, Ayisha Egea, 41, on March 30 in New York City.

Afterwards, the couple burned Jeanines body and put her remains in a plastic bin with air fresheners, which they transported in a car with the victims two children and three of Egeas kids to a storage facility, police say.

Michael Cammarata (right) allegedly killed his wife Jeanine (left) then transported her burnt corpse in a car with her children (Picture: Facebook)

Kangi-Ayisha Egea A Staten Island man and his girlfriend were arrested Friday for the gruesome murder of his estranged wife, one day after her charred remains were found dumped inside a Staten Island storage facility, police said. ?The investigation into the disappearance of Jeanine Cammarata is now officially a murder investigation,? tweeted NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea. ?Working closely with (the) Staten Island DA we have arrested Michael Cammarata & Ayisha Egea, both charged with (second-degree) murder." The arrest of spouse Michael Cammarata, 42, came one day after he was identified as the ?prime suspect? in the disappearance of his diminutive 37-year-old wife. Busted with him was girlfriend Kangi-Ayisha Egea, 41, both accused of murder, concealment of a human corpse and tampering with physical evidence, police said. Egea was in the Queens apartment that she shared with Michael when the Staten Island teacher was killed there, a police source said. ?She was with him the entire time,? the source added.

Ayisha Egea, Michael Cammaratas girlfriend, has also been charged with murder and tampering with evidence (Picture: Marion County Sheriffs Office)

Surveillance footage from the Arden Heights storage facility shows the accused pair accompanied by the five children, who police say were likely oblivious to the charred corpse inside the plastic bin, Staten Island Live reported.

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Investigators discovered the bin on April 4 and said the body was unrecognizable. Police are still waiting on an autopsy to determine cause of death.

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Before she was killed, Janine had filed for divorce and was due in Family Court two days after she was killed, her divorce attorney Eric Gansberg said.

Sources close to Jeanine said that she feared Michael, who was allegedly physically abusive.

This guy was a controlling guy, and he controlled her by beating her, said Jose Perez, who worked with the victim.

The lawyer for a missing Staten Island teacher said he fears the worst because she disappeared less than 48 hours after her allegedly abusive husband ? who was arrested Wednesday ? was served with divorce papers. ?My greatest fear is: I will not be speaking to Jeanine again,? said attorney Eric Gansberg, who is representing Jeanine Cammarata in her divorce against estranged husband Michael Cammarata.

Jeanine had filed for a divorce and was due in court two days after she was killed (Picture: Facebook)

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Husband killed wife then put kids in a car with her burnt corpse

A man killed his wife then put her two kids, aged 3 and 7, in a car alongside their mothers burnt corpse, police say.

Jeanine Cammarata, 37, was allegedly killed by her estranged husband Michael Cammarata, 42, and his six-months-pregnant girlfriend, Ayisha Egea, 41, on March 30 in New York City.

Afterwards, the couple burned Jeanines body and put her remains in a plastic bin with air fresheners, which they transported in a car with the victims two children and three of Egeas kids to a storage facility, police say.

Michael Cammarata (right) allegedly killed his wife Jeanine (left) then transported her burnt corpse in a car with her children (Picture: Facebook)

Kangi-Ayisha Egea A Staten Island man and his girlfriend were arrested Friday for the gruesome murder of his estranged wife, one day after her charred remains were found dumped inside a Staten Island storage facility, police said. ?The investigation into the disappearance of Jeanine Cammarata is now officially a murder investigation,? tweeted NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea. ?Working closely with (the) Staten Island DA we have arrested Michael Cammarata & Ayisha Egea, both charged with (second-degree) murder." The arrest of spouse Michael Cammarata, 42, came one day after he was identified as the ?prime suspect? in the disappearance of his diminutive 37-year-old wife. Busted with him was girlfriend Kangi-Ayisha Egea, 41, both accused of murder, concealment of a human corpse and tampering with physical evidence, police said. Egea was in the Queens apartment that she shared with Michael when the Staten Island teacher was killed there, a police source said. ?She was with him the entire time,? the source added.

Ayisha Egea, Michael Cammaratas girlfriend, has also been charged with murder and tampering with evidence (Picture: Marion County Sheriffs Office)

Surveillance footage from the Arden Heights storage facility shows the accused pair accompanied by the five children, who police say were likely oblivious to the charred corpse inside the plastic bin, Staten Island Live reported.

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Investigators discovered the bin on April 4 and said the body was unrecognizable. Police are still waiting on an autopsy to determine cause of death.

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