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Dino Guglielmelli

Dino Guglielmelli

“48 Hours” will be airing an episode that investigates a murder-for-hire case about a local businessman’s plot to kill his wife.

Dino Guglielmelli, 53, lived in the Sand Canyon area of Canyon Country when he hired his now ex-business partner Rick Fuhrmann to kill his wife, model Monica Andreny.

Guglielmelli’s business Creation’s Garden was doing well in 2009, with over 200 employees and millions of dollars in assets but he and his wife were going through a bitter divorce.

Fuhrmann originally sought Guglielmelli out in order to start a small online supplement business but gradually became friends with him.

Guglielmelli then propositioned Fuhrmann with an $80,000 deal to have Andreny killed.

Fuhrmann reported several recordings and statements made by Guglielmelli to a detective in the Sheriff’s Department’sGuglielmellicouple Major Crimes Bureau.

Fuhrmann and Sheriff’s Department officials set up an Oct. 1 lunch between Fuhrmann and Guglielmelli, in which Fuhrmann recorded Guglielmelli discussing the completion of an alleged $80,000 deal to have Andreny killed, according to evidence presented at Los Angeles County Superior Court in San Fernando.

Guglielmelli was arrested in October of 2009 and was convicted of nine years in state prison in June 2014.

The episode titled “The millionaire, the model & the hit man” will air Saturday night at 10/9c on CBS.

You can watch the preview here.

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72 Comments

  1. Amy Graham Amy Graham says:

    Lisa Sweet-Graham

  2. Amy Graham Amy Graham says:

    Lisa Sweet-Graham

  3. Not what Santa Clarita wants to be know for.. Thanks to this douche

  4. Not what Santa Clarita wants to be know for.. Thanks to this douche

  5. Sad cause she’s hot

  6. Sad cause she’s hot

  7. Linda Killian..interesting.

  8. Linda Killian..interesting.

  9. Megan Ebert can wait to watch this!! Already have it recording lol

  10. Megan Ebert can wait to watch this!! Already have it recording lol

  11. Robin Hilton-mcgraw record this

  12. Robin Hilton-mcgraw record this

  13. Dad record this mom & I need to see it

  14. Dad record this mom & I need to see it

  15. Tracy Pierce here is the other crime news I was referring to.

  16. Amy Wilson-Woodworth hahahahahahahahaa

  17. Carla Jung Campbell does he have her on the hood of a car?? Gross!!!

  18. Amber Berry Amber Berry says:

    Kristen Cathleen looks like a show you would enjoy!

  19. Bill Graham Bill Graham says:

    yeah that was one of the building next door

  20. I always watch ’48 Hours’ – it’s already set to record.

  21. I worked for this guy. He always gave me the creeps and said inappropriate things all the time.

  22. Going to watch this one!! Amy Graham

  23. Looks like Tom Cruise Nicole Mac Lennan Yrigoyen

  24. Dino you messed up. I used to work there and that place was so shady and unsafe to work there.

  25. Janelle Gonzalez we must watch this but that picture doesn’t look like her & her name wasn’t Monica so this must be wife number 1, the mother of the kids ?

  26. But that’s not the annoying chick that would come into the spa right ?

  27. kristen says:

    Wasn’t he arrested last year..?

  28. Rosy Vasquez Rosy Vasquez says:

    Elizabeth Vasquez record this :-)

  29. No way! So now he gets his fifteen minutes for being a dirty criminal, ugh!

  30. What episode was this on 48 hours? I want to check it out, thanks

  31. Linda Muñoz Linda Muñoz says:

    Oscar Estrada Sr. lol the guy from next door at work

  32. Nancy Ortega Nancy Ortega says:

    Yanet look! So crazy.

  33. I always wonder if these psychos regret it? Was it worth it? You ruin your life more than some one else’s life.

  34. Anyone know what channel, on Direct TV

  35. Carrie Dobratz Hanks its on at 10pm on channel 2

  36. Thanks Beckie Warloe! :)

  37. It’s on channel 2 right now.

  38. Allison Toledo she’s our customer…

  39. Allison Toledo she’s our customer…

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