An NYPD Detective was arrested for setting fire to her husband’s clothes over accusations of infidelity earlier this week.
Detective Marissa Sorocco was walked to her arraignment Wednesday with a smile on her face after being busted the day prior for setting her husband’s clothes on fire.
Investigators believe that, upon suspecting her husband (who is a member of Nassau County’s Police Department) of infidelity, Sorocco set fire to $200 worth of her husband’s clothes in his closet, resulting in her arrest.
During the arraignment, Judge Paul Meli granted a request from prosecutors that Sorocco get a psychiatric evaluation and ordered the NYPD detective to stay away from her husband -identified as Paul Sorocco- and two children.
Defending lawyer James Moschella worked out a deal with prosecutors to arrange for Mrs. Sorocco (who will likely not be a detective or “Mrs” much longer), to go back to the house to get some personal belongings.
“She will be staying at her father’s house for Thanksgiving,” Moschella said.
Her father was present during the arraignment.
According to the New York Post, Sorocco was picked up by Nassau County Police Tuesday on charges of arson in the fifth degree and criminal mischief.
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