Police: Kyle Navin Had Pre-Meditated Plan to Murder Parents
Kyle Navin explained to his girlfriend that he had a plan before he allegedly killed and dismembered his parents, according to police. The News-Times reports that the plan was to, "Wipe out the infection and get $ for life."
Kyle Navin reportedly had a serious heroin problem and, according to police, was allegedly in possession of "lots of guns." The 27-year-old Navin also owed his parents, Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin of Easton, $133,000 for his Bridgeport home.
The Navins disappeared on Aug. 4. The warrant affidavit used to charge Kyle with two counts of murder, tells of Navin's mom Jeanette crying before her disappearance as she told a friend about her son's heroin use and the fact that he hadn't paid back any of the $133,000 they had loaned him.
The Navins had recently made the decision to cut Kyle out of their will, police say.
The warrant affidavit also told of disturbing texts between Kyle and his girlfriend, Jennifer Valiente like, "We need to figure out the best way to take them down. It would solve every single problem and give us an amazing wealthy life."
This past Thursday, police found a blue tarp under some brush at an abandoned home in Weston. When the tarp was unfolded, they found human remains, later identified through dental records to be those of the mother, Jeanette Navin. As police continued the search, they also found a black contractor's bag with the remains of the father, Jeffrey Navin. The body also had a bullet in it.
Kyle is being held on $2.5 million bond and face charges of two counts of murder. His girlfriend, Jennifer, is being held on $2 million bond and faces charges of conspiracy to commit murder and hindering the prosecution in the first degree.