Koletti deleted texts related to alleged drug use, the investigation said

Before turning his cellphone over to police, Anthony Koletti deleted text messages related to alleged drug use, who has heard the investigation into the disappearance and alleged death of his wife, Melissa Caddick.

Caddick, 49, disappeared around 5.30am on November 12, 2020. Hours before she disappeared, about 20 officers from business regulator ASIC and federal police had spent 12 hours at her Dover Heights home executing a search warrant and seizing merchandise.

Anthony Koletti leaves court on Wednesday.

Anthony Koletti leaves court on Wednesday. Recognition:Dean Sewell

The scammer was the subject of an investigation into the $23 million she stole from family and friends.

The investigation found that although Koletti realized on the morning of November 12 that his wife was missing, it was not until 30 hours later that Koletti filed a missing persons report. When questioned by police on Nov. 13, the day he reported his wife missing, Koletti was asked if he had been anywhere “last night.” He replied, “Not that I know of.”

Since then, Koletti, a 40-year-old hairdresser, claims he drove his Audi convertible and played his own music to lure his wife out of hiding.

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In a paid interview, he recorded with Channel 7 headlight program in October 2021, he said: “We don’t know many people who live around here. So I just thought maybe she was wandering around aimlessly. I had the music in high gear with music that I basically made for Melissa, so if she heard it, yeah, she’d be okay, there he is.”

When asked by a lawyer supporting Jason Downing, SC, if there was a reason he had not “openly and honestly” told police where he was the night before he reported his wife missing I have, Koletti replied. “No. It’s like I said, it’s all pretty blurry.”

Downing pointed out that his reply to police was hours later. Koletti told the inquest he went to a friend’s house to get an e-cigarette. “Was it really smoking a joint with him?” Downing said. “I don’t remember, it’s possible,” Koletti said, before adding, “Let’s just say I did it, what do you think?”

https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/koletti-deleted-texts-linked-to-alleged-drug-use-inquest-told-20220929-p5bm09.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_national Koletti deleted texts related to alleged drug use, the investigation said

Joel McCord

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