38-year-oldf Dane Kallungi
A Colorado Springs man who was arrested for his missing wife's murder was caught after police recorded him detailing the alleged killing over the phone to his ex-wife.
Dane Kallungi, 38, was arrested last month trying to get onto the Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico and charged with first-degree murder of his wife, Jepsy Amaga Kallungi.
Jepsy, who moved to Colorado Springs from the Philippines in 2017 to marry Kallungi after they met on a dating website, has not been seen since 2019, when she was 26 years old.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Kallungi later moved to California, but had returned to Colorado Springs on March 26 and had lunch with his wife Alaine Kallungi, and allegedly confessed to killing Jepsy, , according to an affidavit.
Alaine informed the police of their conversation later the same day and agreed to have a phone call with Kallungi on April 3 which would be recorded by police.
In that call, Kallungi allegedly confessed to Alaine that he killed Jepsy in March 2019 following a domestic violence incident and buried her body.
The alleged attack occurred after Jepsy came home following an sexual encounter with a soldier in Fort Carson, the affidavit states.
Dane later told Jepsy's family that they had stopped talking and she went with a friend to either Chicago, Mexico or the Philippines without bringing any ID or her phone.
26-year-old Jepsy Kallungi (pictured) was first reported missing by her family on April 4, 2019
Jepsy moved from the Philippines to the US in 2017 to marry Kallungi after the pair met on a dating website (pictured together)
'Information gathered during this investigation suggests that Dane Kallungi strangled Jepsy Kallungi during an act of domestic violence, causing her to be severely injured,' the affidavit said.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
In the phone call Kallungi allegedly details the violent incident that led to his wife's death.
He said he