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Canyon Country CEO In Court On Murder For Hire Case

Canyon Country CEO In Court On Murder For Hire Case

A Canyon Country CEO accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill his wife appeared in court and had his case delayed, according to officials. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Dino Guglielmelli, of MacMillan Ranch Road in Sand Canyon, was given a plea deal for undisclosed terms; however, his ...

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Witness In Murder For Hire Case Discusses Friendship With CEO

Witness In Murder For Hire Case Discusses Friendship With CEO

A former Santa Clarita man implicated in an alleged murder-for-hire plot gave an exclusive interview Tuesday with KHTS AM-1220, trying to correct what he calls inaccurate media reports about his involvement. Dino Guglielmelli, 53, who lived in the Sand Canyon area of Canyon Country on Macmillan Ranch Road, is being held at Men’s Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles in lieu of $10 million bail. He’s awaiting trial on charges he tried to pay Rick Fuhrmann -- a former contractor who worked in the Santa Clarita and Conejo valleys -- $80,000 to kill Guglielmelli’s wife, Monica Andreny, a model and an aspiring actress who’s the name behind Skin by Monica skin-care products.

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Santa Clarita CEO Charged With Trying To Have Wife Killed Due Back In Court

Santa Clarita CEO Charged With Trying To Have Wife Killed Due Back In Court

A Canyon Country CEO charged with asking a hitman to have his model wife killed could have his trial start May 1 if things remain on schedule, according to officials with the District Attorney’s Office. Dino Guglielmelli, 52, of Canyon Country, who founded the multimillion-dollar business Creation’s Garden, was ordered to stand trial in December after being accused of trying to pay $80,000 to have his wife, Monica Andreny, killed. On April 22, the case is coming back for an update on attorney motions, as the defendent refused to waive time in the trial.

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