Rachael DelTondo, a suspended Pennsylvania teacher, was gunned down and killed in her family's driveway late Sunday night on Mother's Day.
But the engagement was broken off, and months later, she was the victim of confidential information leaked from the Aliquippa Police concerning her and a former student. We are downloading information. He declined to comment on her autopsy and did not say whether or not investigators have identified a suspect.
Aliquippa police and the Beaver County district attorney met Tuesday morning to discuss the investigation regarding the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Rachael DelTondo.
DelTondo subsequently spoke with The Beaver Countian in December 2017, and said the relationship was merely a friendship. "It was a personal vendetta against her at the time".
Reportedly, her name was sometimes misspelled as "Rachel" in certain media publications concerning the story.
But investigators believe DelTondo knew her assailant, and that the evidence will show her murder was "a crime of passion". That came after school officials and others received an anonymous email containing a February 2016 Aliquippa police report that stated she had been found in a parked auto with a 17-year-old former male student.
"I don't know why that happened".
"It's shameful that this woman was painted with a police report that had been written that did not result in criminal charges", Lozier told WTAE. When qeustioned by the officer, Deltondo claimed that she was just friends with the student and that they were only talking; police added that she claimed she was only talking with the teen because "he was upset and needed someone to talk to".
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No charges were filed against DelTondo over the incident, but the school became aware of the incident after being sent an anonymous email over the story this past October.
"The reason this report was not filed in February 2016 with the Aliquippa School District, Children and Youth Services and a mandated report to the Department of Education was because it was an attempted cover up", the second email reads. We express our sympathy to her family, friends, and coworkers.
DelTondo's fiancé reportedly called off the wedding several months after the 2016 incident.
Last year, DelTondo was featured on a Get Marty report in a dispute over her custom wedding dress.
"Ms DelTondo was employed by PA Cyber but on a paid suspension".
When the designer did not appear in court, a judge ruled that he should pay the DelTondos over $4,600.
Earlier past year, DelTondo was in the press over a dispute with a bridal shop over her wedding dress.