By Sonya Magett, EnStarz | Oct 25, 2012 05:18 PM EDT
A New York City police officer was arrested this week by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for an alleged plot to kidnap, cook, eat and kill 100 women.
Gilberto Valle, a six-year police veteran, was arrested on Wednesday, Oct. 24, for the twisted scheme following a joint investigation by the New York Police Department and the FBI.
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The U.S. Attorney's office told ABC that Valle, 28, conspired with several unidentified people "to kidnap, rape, torture, kill, cook and cannibalize a number of women."
Valle was also charged for using the National Crime Information Center database to access unauthorized data to gather profiles of over 100 women. ABC cited the federal complaint, which revealed that Valle created profiles for "at least 100 women and (had) at least one photograph of each woman" based on the data he gathered from the illegal searches.
Valle's estranged wife reportedly notified police of the disturbing plans.
An unidentified co-conspirator also made plans with Valle in a series of electronic messages. The exchanges were quoted in the federal complaint.
"How big is your oven?" wrote the unidentified co-conspirator. "Big enough to fit one of these girls if I folded their legs," Valle allegedly responded.
"I love that she is asleep right now not have the slightest clue of what we have planned," Valle allegedly wrote. "Her days are numbered... She does look tasty, doesn't she?"
Valle was also quoted saying, "I was thinking of tying her body onto some kind of apparatus . . . cook her over a low heat, keep her alive as long as possible."
Valle allegedly kept an electronic file named "Abducting and Cooking [victim's name]: A Blueprint," which contained names, date of births, heights, weights and bra sizes of women.
"The allegations in the complaint really need no description from us," FBI Acting Assistant Director Mary E. Galligan told ABC News. "They speak for themselves. It would be an understatement merely to say Valle's own words and actions were shocking."
Preet Bharara, a U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, told ABC that the case is "all the more disturbing when you consider Valle's position as a New York City police officer and his sworn duty to serve and protect."
The married six-year NYPD veteran is a Forest Hills, Queens, resident who worked at the 26th Precinct in Harlem, N.Y. Valle was reportedly suspended on Wednesday and arraigned on Thursday.
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