Angela Tramonte Wiki – Angela Tramonte Biography
Angela Tramonte had been in Phoenix for less than 24 hours when she was found dead on a hiking trail last Friday. Now her friends are asking questions about her relationship with an off-duty cop who was with her that day and had a documented history of lying.
Authorities in Arizona had identified the off-duty police officer who was hiking with a Massachusetts woman before she was found dead of possible heat exhaustion.
She was 31 years old.
Angela Tramonte Found Dead
Tramonte had flown into the city to meet with Dario Dizdar, a Phoenix police officer; fire officials told The Daily Beast on Monday. Friends said the pair had been speaking online for two months and that it was the first time they met in person.
Dizdar began a hike with Tramonte on Friday afternoon but kept going when Tramonte became tired and “overheated,” fire officials said in a news release. Later, Dizdar did not find Tramonte in the car and called to report her missing. Her body was found hours later, and she was pronounced dead.
Dario Dizdar Statement
Dizdar reportedly told police that neither he nor Tramonte brought water on the hike. As previously reported, Tramonte’s friends have questioned Dizdar’s narrative and have insisted that Tramonte would not have failed to bring water. The temperature in the area on Friday reportedly reached 105 degrees.
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“If anybody knew Angela, she wouldn’t go anywhere without a gallon of water in her hand and I heard she was found without any water,” Tramonte’s friend Melissa Buttaro told the CBS News Boston earlier this week.
Dizdar did not reply to a request for comment from the Daily Beast.
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Fire department officials in Phoenix told the Daily Beast that Tramonte was with Dario Dizdar, a police officer who was off-duty at the time of the incident.
Documents obtained by the Daily Beast show that Dizdar faced disciplinary action for lying about his identity in a 2009 criminal investigation. The report did not provide further details about the nature of the investigation.
No one has been charged in connection to Tramonte’s death.
“At this time there is no evidence to indicate foul play is suspected,” Mercedes Fortune, a spokeswoman for the Phoenix Police Department, told The Daily Beast in a statement, adding that Tramonte did not exhibit any “traumatic injuries.”