by Lauren KruparReporterCuyahoga Falls -- A Cuyahoga Falls man accused of hiring an undercover police officer to kill his wife remains in Summit County jail after he appeared before Cuyahoga Falls Municipal Court Judge Kim Hoover Jan. 11.Brian J. Ciraco, 36, was arrested Jan. 3 and charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated murder, a first-degree felony, after Cuyahoga Falls Police, acting on a tip from the Barberton Police Department, arranged a meeting with him at a Bailey Road restaurant.Akron attorney Scott A. Rilley, who represents Ciraco, did not return phone calls seeking comment by press time.According to Falls police, Ciraco allegedly offered an undercover police officer approximately $10,000 to kill his wife by running her over with a car. Ciraco was then arrested.He remains in Summit County jail on a $1 million cash bond after appearing before Judge Hoover at a preliminary hearing Jan. 11. Hoover also ordered Ciraco to refrain from contacting his wife.According to court records, Ciraco did not enter a plea at the Jan. 11 hearing.The case has been bound over to the Summit County Court of Common Pleas where a date for another proceeding has not been set.E-mail: lkrupar@recordpub.comPhone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3141