This week, an NYPD officer was arrested for allegedly attempting to "kidnap women and cook them." Gilberto Valle, a 28-year-old married six-year veteran of the NYPD, has been charged with conspiracy to kidnap and accessing a computer without authorization. Yesterday, it was revealed that Valle was turned in by his wife after she discovered his “tactical plan,” which he called his blueprint for “Abducting and Cooking,” on his computer. Some of the women on that list are significantly freaked out about being included: “I was so shaken when I found out it was him,” Beverly Seiger told the Post. “I used to walk his dog. I’ve been to his house many times. He’s been to my house.”

“I don’t want to be on his list!” Seiger said. “I’m so thin, he would use me as toothpicks." She says she got to know him at a Forrest Hills park he would visit regularly with his wife and baby daughter. “The women in this neighborhood now are freaked out,” she added. “Nobody was skeeved by him at all. He was normal," said Judy Levin. “You wouldn’t think twice about inviting him into your house.” Realizing she hadn’t seen Valle’s bulldog, Dudley, since his arrest, “I thought, ‘Oh my God, did he eat the dog?’ ” Another man remarked, “I know three girls who are scared and concerned because he knows what buildings they live in.”

Valle was actually arrested on Wednesday, even though it wasn't announced until Thursday—that's because cops spent that time trying to find out who Valle's two co-conspirators are. One of them is believed to be living outside the country, but the other—who discussed “buying” an unnamed woman from Valle for $5,000 in February—lived in the country at the time. Cops are trying to track them down still.