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Footage shows Arizona woman allegedly pouring bleach into her US Air Force husband’s coffee maker

Disturbing footage shows the wife of a US Air Force airman allegedly pouring bleach into the family coffee maker multiple times in an attempt to kill her husband as they went through a divorce.

Melody Felicano Johnson, 39, was charged in August by police in Tucson, Arizona, with attempted murder for allegedly lacing her husband Roby Johnson’s coffee with a chemical while the pair lived at his duty station in Germany and in Arizona.

Multiple hidden camera videos were recorded by the would-be victim and obtained by Law & Crime Wednesday showing Johnson allegedly pouring the toxic substance into the machine.

“Boom,” Roby says in a self-recorded video after pulling out a testing strip from the family coffee maker that came out purple for being positive for chlorinated water.

The couple — who have children together — was in the midst of a divorce when Roby began noticing his coffee tasted off for about two weeks while in Germany in March.

“He stated she knew that he would prep his coffee pot to be ready at night so that in the morning he just needed to turn it on to make his coffee,” court documents show. “At that time he stopped drinking the coffee but continued to pretend to drink.”

Roby, believing his wife was trying to poison him since they were in Germany, opted to gather evidence and wait till they returned to the US before sharing the chilling findings with law enforcement, according to court documents.

The family moved to base housing on David Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona in early July.

Footage from July 5 showed Johnson sinisterly looking over her shoulder in the kitchen as she carried out the near-fatal scheme.

On July 6, he filed a report with the Tucson Police Department.

However, the report was not followed up with due to the video reportedly not clearly showing what she was pouring into his drink.

Two weeks later, on July 16, Johnson was caught on camera pouring a large bottle of bleach into a smaller container when she was in the couple’s laundry room.

Moments after transferring the bleach, Johnson entered the kitchen and poured the contents from the small container into the coffee maker within seconds.

Roby continued to test the coffee maker regularly, already aware his wife was trying to kill him.

“You can smell it from here. You can smell it,” he announced in one video before testing the coffee maker.

“Look at that,” he said, pulling the positive test out from the coffee maker.

“Totally changed,” Roby said, indicating the test was now purple and positive.

In complete disbelief, Roby repeatedly said, “Wow,” and showed the bubbles inside the water holder of the coffee maker before ending the video.

Police detained Johnson on July 18 after Roby submitted the evidence.

Roby believes she tried to poison him to collect benefits, according to court documents.

Johnson remains at the Pima County Jail on a $250,000 bond and was charged with attempted homicide, attempted aggravated assault and adding poison to food/drink, online records show.

Upon being detained, Johnson immediately requested an attorney and was not questioned.

The judge ruled since Johnson has family in the Philippines, she was a flight risk and requested a high bond.