Police say a Manhattan couple clearly troubled over their funds hopped from the man’s ninth-floor Madison Avenue office window and kicked the bucket.
Fifty-three-year-old chiropractor Glenn Scarpelli and his better half Patricia Colant, 50, were discovered Friday morning. Police say they each had suicide takes note of that referenced budgetary issues. Head of analysts Robert Boyce said the wellspring of their cash issues wasn’t clear, and police were investigating it.
In any case, as indicated by state and government records, Scarpelli owed a huge number of dollars in unpaid state and elected expenses. In 2013, a Manhattan elected judge requested him to pay about $62,000 after he was sued by the administration for not reimbursing an understudy advance while learning at the Logan University College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, Missouri.
The couple had two kids, ages 19 and 20.