Children accused of spying on murdered dad

December 9, 2008 6:01:13 AM PST
Police called to a suburban Philadelphia home early this year found the blood-covered body of a Boeing engineer in his bedroom. Nearly 11 months later, the fatal stabbing and bludgeoning of Arunkumar Ingle remains unsolved, but state police this month charged his two adult children with spying on him through a computer keystroke program and a stealth GPS device installed on his car.

Twenty-two-year-old Parth Ingle and his 25-year-old sister, Avnee, are charged with hundreds of counts of unlawful computer use and illegal wiretapping.

The information about the spying had come from the children themselves, who told police in interviews soon after the murder that they knew - through e-mails, pictures and confrontations with their father - that their father was having an affair.

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