John Graziano who was injured by Nick Bollea in car crash sees father charged in murder plot.
Tampa Bay, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–The Tampa Tribune reported late Thursday, Edward Graziano, the father of John Graziano, was charged in Pinellas County for attempting to hire a hit man to kill his estranged wife. John Graziano, was the young man catastrophically injured in the car driven by professional wrestler Hulk Hogan’s son, Nick Bollea, in August 2007.
According to detectives with the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, an investigation into Graziano’s murder for hire activities was initiated after the deputies received a tip. With the help of the tipster, an undercover agent, and the Pinellas County District Attorney’s office, criminal charges were brought against Graziano after the investigation produced damaging first hand evidence against Edward Graziano.
Detectives collected $1,100 in cash, a personal check for $1,000 and a Westshore Pizza gift card as payment by Graziano to have his estranged wife, Debra Graziano, killed in a planned automobile accident. Graziano wanted his wife murdered to solve his divorce related financial issues. He was arrested hat his home in Palm Harbor and jailed in Pinellas County earlier this afternoon.
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