Armando Barron, 30, of Jaffrey, was arrested and charged in connection with the death of Jonathan Amirault, 25, of Kane, whose body was found in the New Hampshire bush, Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and New Hampshire State Police Colonel Nathan A. . Noise in a press release.
Armando Barron was charged with premeditated murder for “knowingly causing the death of Jonathan Amirullt by shooting him while participating in the commission of a kidnapping,” according to the statement.
Armando is also accused of domestic violence, suffocation, and the threat to use a lethal weapon “to put his wife, Brittany Barron, in fear of imminent bodily injury,” after it was alleged that she had placed a pistol in her mouth, according to the criminal complaint.
Brittany, 31, from Jaffrey, was arrested on Thursday and charged with three counts of forging material evidence in conjunction with the murder of Amirault, according to the statement.
The horrific killing allegedly happened after Armando passed by Brittany’s phone and discovered that she had an affair with Amerult, who worked with her at Teleflex Medical OEM, a medical supply company in Jaffrey, as she told police,
Armando allegedly beat her in anger, put a gun in her mouth and choked her on their bed, causing her to faint, according to the written arrest warrant.
Later that night, Armando allegedly used his wife’s phone to text Amerault and lure him to Annette Wayside Park in the town of Rindge.
In the park, Armando allegedly hit Amirault and then asked his wife to shoot him, Brittany reported to police, according to the affidavit.
But Brittany “won’t put her finger on the trigger,” she says.
Brittany then alleged that Armando killed Amirault three times in Amirault’s car.
After driving in separate vehicles to a campsite near Errol that they had previously visited, Armando allegedly told Brittany that “as soon as the sun rises the next morning, he will forgive her,” according to the note.
It was then alleged that Armando ordered Brittany to behead Amirallt so that it could not be identified from the dental records, and Brittany had allegedly complied, according to the note.
When Armando learned that the authorities were looking for him and his wife, he returned to the couple’s home, claiming that he had ordered her to bury her lover’s body, according to the affidavit.
The man’s head was found separately.
Brittany was arrested after wildlife conservation officers told her that she was not allowed to camp where they found her.
Brittany allegedly told the officers: “I’m in big trouble”.
Soon after, they find an abandoned Subaru of Amirolt, which was covered with a tarp and sticks. Then they found his headless body wrapped in a nearby stream.
On Friday, both Armando and Brittany pleaded not guilty to the charges.
They are held without support.