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Old 04-04-2019, 10:00 AM
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Missing Staten Island teacher vanished after husband received divorce papers: lawyer
By Nick Fugallo, Lorena Mongelli, Larry Celona and Stephanie Pagones
April 3, 2019 | 9:35pm | Updated



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.

Michael was served with divorce papers last Thursday and Jeanine was preparing for a Monday divorce-and-child-custody hearing over their 3-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter when she vanished, the lawyer said.

“It just doesn’t make sense to me. She was so eager to proceed. She wanted to be with her children. I cannot imagine her just walking away,” Gansberg said.

The NYPD questioned and then arrested Michael after he admitted to assaulting the woman, law-enforcement sources said. He was charged with assault, harassment and stalking — but the charges were not related to Jeanine’s disappearance, the sources added.

Jeanine’s landlord told The Post she had spoken to him about Michael’s odd behavior toward her.

“[She] once told me that he would follow her [while she was driving] with the lights off on his car. That’s terrifying,” José Perez said.

The mother-of-three, who teaches at PS 29 in the Castleton Corners section, was last seen Saturday evening going to pick up her kids from Michael in Staten Island’s 120th Precinct.

Her lawyer told The Post they likely chose the neutral meeting spot because “Jeanine had expressed trepidation, to put it mildly, about being around her husband.”

They previously had orders of protection against one another, he added. “In fact, she said she left the marital residence because of domestic violence, although she didn’t want to remove the children from their home,” Gansberg said.

Jeanine, 37, and Michael, 42, married on April 6, 2014, and separated around May 2016, according to one family member.

Jeanine also has an 11-year-old child from a previous marriage, to Greg Gubitosi of Long Island.

That child does not know his mother is missing, said his step-mom, Daniella Gubitosi.

“We’re trying to shelter him as much as possible until we know a little bit more information. We’re not prepared for this at all. Clearly, who can be?” she told The Post.
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Body believed to be Staten Island woman Jeanine Cammarata ‘badly burnt’
By Larry Celona
April 4, 2019 | 12:57pm


A body believed to be Jeanine Cammarata was uncovered Thursday at the Extra Space Storage in Staten Island. Facebook/Seth Gottfried


The corpse discovered in a Staten Island storage unit and believed to be missing borough teacher Jeanine Cammarata was “badly burnt,” according to law enforcement sources.

The body, uncovered early Thursday morning at the Extra Space Storage on Arden Ave. in Arden Heights, was also inside a black plastic bag, sources added.

Police are investigating whether the remains are those of Cammarata, 37, a diminutive public school teacher and mother of three who was last seen before going to pick up two of her children from her estranged husband Michael Cammarata, 42, Saturday evening.

Police arrested Michael — whom Jeanine had served with divorce papers just days before her disappearance — on stalking and assault charges Wednesday stemming from an incident the day Jeanine disappeared, sources said.

He has not, however, been charged in her disappearance.

Police also recovered a van that Michael allegedly drove from his Queens home to Staten Island on Sunday night, roughly a day after Jeanine went missing, law enforcement sources said.

Cops interviewed Michael’s girlfriend Wednesday night and cracked open the storage unit Thursday morning — which sources say is no coincidence.

The facility would not confirm who the unit belonged to, but a rep said the company was cooperating with police.

Investigators also descended on Michael’s Rockaways apartment Thursday.
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Missing Staten Island Mom Jeanine Cammarata’s ‘Charred’ Remains ID’d; 2 Charged With Murder

April 5, 2019 at 2:22 pm

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The estranged husband of missing mother and teacher Jeanine Cammarata has been charged with murder in the second degree after officials positively identified her “charred and unrecognizable” remains.

Michael Cammarata, 42, and his girlfriend Ayisha Egea, 41, both face murder charges in the case. They are also charged with concealment of a human corpse and tampering with physical evidence.

On Thursday morning, police discovered burned human remains inside a storage facility on Arden Avenue on Staten Island.

Michael Cammarata was arrested Wednesday on assault and stalking charges after sources say he admitted to hitting her. He had been held in custody while officials attempted to identify Cammarata’s remains.

UPDATE: The investigation into the disappearance of Jeanine Cammarata is now officially a murder investigation. Working closely with @StatenIslandDA, we have arrested Michael Cammarata & Ayisha Egea, both charged with Murder 2° #jeaninecammarata pic.twitter.com/mLSd72wmhU

— Chief Dermot F. Shea (@NYPDDetectives) April 5, 2019

“The investigation into the disappearance of Jeanine Cammarata is now officially a murder investigation,” NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said on Twitter.

Sources tell CBS2 police have two surveillance videos of a man who resembles Michael Cammarata with what appears to be an accomplice transporting a large, heavy bag from Queens to the storage facility on Arden Avenue.

Sources told CBS2 the storage locker was lined with air fresheners in an attempt to mask the smell.
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Estranged husband, girlfriend charged with murder of Staten Island teacher
By Stephanie Pagones and Gabrielle Fonrouge
April 5, 2019 | 1:58pm | Updated April 5, 2019 | 2:29pm

The estranged husband of missing Staten Island teacher Jeanine Cammarata and his new girlfriend were charged with murder on Friday afternoon after a DNA test proved the burnt body found at a storage facility was her, according to sources and the NYPD’s chief of detectives.

“The investigation into the disappearance of Jeanine Cammarata is now officially a murder investigation. Working closely with @StatenIslandDA, we have arrested Michael Cammarata & Ayisha Egea, both charged with Murder [in the second degree],” Chief Dermot Shea wrote on Twitter Friday afternoon.

Michael Cammarata and his 41-year-old girlfriend will be arraigned at Staten Island Criminal Court Friday afternoon on murder charges, concealment of a human corpse and tampering with physical evidence, police and a law enforcement source said.

Michael Cammarata, 42, was a prime suspect in the missing teacher’s death Thursday and it was revealed Friday his girlfriend helped him murder Jeanine Cammarata at the Rockaway Beach home him and Egea shared, police sources said.

While Egea has been charged with murder and was present for the crime, police sources said, they’re still determining her exact involvement.

A mother of three, Jeanine Cammarata, 37, had been missing since Saturday when a flurry of strange texts to friends raised eyebrows.

The two have a long history of domestic violence and Michael Cammarata was being held since Wednesday on separate charges of assaulting, stalking and harassing his estranged wife.
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Air fresheners lined Staten Island storage locker where burned body was found
By Stephanie Pagones and Larry Celona
April 5, 2019 | 10:30am | Updated April 5, 2019 | 11:09am


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Air fresheners lined the storage locker where authorities discovered the “charred and unrecognizable” corpse believed to be missing Staten Island teacher Jeanine Cammarata, a law enforcement sources told the Post.

Investigators are still working to identify the body found early Thursday inside Extra Space Storage in Arden Heights, where surveillance footage shows Michael Cammarata — the mom of three’s estranged husband — and a second person lugging what appears to be a large object onto the facility’s property, the sources said.

Investigators questioned Cammarata’s girlfriend late Wednesday, though police are still working to determine her involvement, if any, in Jeanine’s disappearance, the sources added.

The Office of the City Medical Examiner has not yet confirmed whether the DNA from the remains matched that of Jeanine, who was last seen late Saturday.

Friends and family took to social media to remember Jeanine for her “big, beautiful heart.”

“[T]his world now just seems wrong.. surreal.. empty,” wrote longtime friend Jessica Pobega in an early Friday post to her Facebook page. “Jeanine, I was searching through photos and I just see your happy smiling face. I will remember that smile for always.. your goofy personality, your big, beautiful heart.”

“I used to tease you and tell you it’s why I kept just you around all of these years,” she continued.

Michael and Jeanine had eight previous domestic incidents reported between them, and he was the aggressor in all but one, a police source previously told The Post.

Cammarata is still in police custody at the 120th Precinct stationhouse, where he was charged Wednesday with assault, stalking and harassment. He has not yet been charged with Jeanine’s murder, though officials announced Thursday that he is the primary suspect in her presumed death.
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The arrest of spouse Michael Cammarata (right) came one day after he was identified as the “prime suspect” in the disappearance of his 37-year-old wife. Busted along with him was his girlfriend Kangi-Ayisha Egea (left) on the same charge of murder.
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Woman accused of helping boyfriend kill estranged wife is 6-months pregnant
By Nick Fugallo and Gabrielle Fonrouge
April 5, 2019 | 5:42pm | Updated


Ayisha Egea, left, is charged with helping her boyfriend Michael Cammarata, right, kill his estranged wife. Amanda Steen/Staten Island Advan


The woman accused of helping her boyfriend murder his estranged wife — a Staten Island teacher — is 6-months pregnant, prosecutors revealed on Friday during their arraignment on murder charges.

Ayisha Egea, 41, who is carrying Michael Cammarata’s child , allegedly helped him murder Jeanine Cammarata, burn her body and hide it in a storage facility in Arden Heights.

The storage room was lined with air fresheners in an attempt to lessen the smell of her decaying flesh, a law enforcement source said.

The lovebirds are charged with murder, concealment of a human corpse and tampering with evidence in the death of Cammarata whose charred remains were found on Thursday.

They were ordered held without bail.
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How hubby, gal pal allegedly tried to hide Staten Island teacher’s burned body
By Stephanie Pagones and Gabrielle Fonrouge
April 5, 2019 | 9:39pm | Updated


Ayisha Egea, left, is accused of helping her boyfriend Michael Cammarata (right), murder his estranged wife Jeanine Cammarata (inset).


The estranged husband of a missing Staten Island schoolteacher teamed with his six-months pregnant girlfriend to kill his wife, burn her body and hide it in a storage locker, prosecutors said Friday.

Michael Cammarata, 42, and Ayisha Egea, 41, who is carrying his child , were charged with second-degree murder, tampering with evidence and concealing a human corpse in the death of Jeanine Cammarata.

Both were held without bond.

Sometime between Saturday and Monday, the couple allegedly killed Jeanine Cammarata, 37, at their home in Rockaway Beach, Queens, then burned her body so badly that the medical examiner needed dental records to prove it was her.

They threw her remains in a trash bag and carted it into a storage unit in Staten Island’s Arden Heights section using one of the facility’s large bins, prosecutors and law enforcement sources said on Friday.

Michael Cammarata and a person believed to be Egea were allegedly caught on video as they lugged what appeared to be a large object, a police source said.

Cops found her body beside a slew of air fresheners apparently set up to hide the putrid smell, a law enforcement source said.

Jeanine Cammarata, who taught at PS 29 on Staten Island, was last seen Saturday and had told loved ones she was going to pick up the two children she had with Michael Cammarata, but the beloved teacher never made it back.

Jeanine and Michael Cammarata had been separated since May 2016 and had a history of domestic violence incidents while together.

The two were in the middle of a custody battle over their children — a 3-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl — when she vanished. Jeanine Cammarata also has another child from a different relationship.

Jeanine Cammarata had just served Michael Cammarata divorce papers two days before she disappeared, and the two were expected in Family Court on Monday for a hearing.

Her boyfriend, who lives on Staten Island, had reported her missing on Tuesday morning.

A friend of Egea’s told The Post that Egea wasn’t responsible for the murder and that Michael Cammarata was behind the grisly crime.

“She didn’t do it. The man admitted to doing it by himself. The police are trying to charge her saying she knew about it, and that’s why she is being charged,” said the friend, Enzo Ramos.

“She will be beating the charges and released. She was home the entire time, and the cameras of the complex prove she was not with him.”

Jeanine Cammarata’s friends first became worried on Monday, when they received a flurry of strange text messages that were sent from her phone but which they didn’t believe came from her.

Jessica Pobega, who says she is one of Jeanine Cammarata’s closest friends, replied that she was going to call the police.

Pobega mourned her friend’s death on Friday and slammed the duo charged with her murder.

“May they suffer in the 10th circle of hell,” Pobega wrote on Facebook. “I will miss you forever … I will make sure they pay … I will make sure that they see my face at that trial.. you will have justice …

“They had no right to take you away like that … you deserved the world.”
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