Fargo police identify pair found dead in apparent murder-suicide
The Fargo Police Department named 49-year-old Angela Juven and 54-year-old Joel Graf as the bodies found Tuesday, Dec. 22, at 2101 52nd St. S.
FARGO — Police have identified two bodies found in a south Fargo twin home fire after an apparent murder-suicide.
The Fargo Police Department named 49-year-old Angela Juven and 54-year-old Joel Graf as the bodies found Tuesday, Dec. 22, at 2101 52nd St. S. Authorities found the bodies after the twin home was engulfed in flames.
Police believe Graf killed Juven, who is listed as the owner of the home. Autopsies for the two were scheduled for Wednesday but were delayed due to a blizzard.
Details on how Graf apparently killed Juven and how the fire started have not been released. It's believed Graf was staying with Juven at the time of their deaths, but their relationship is unknown, police said.
The fire and deaths are under a joint investigation by Fargo police and fire officials.
“No further information is available at this time,” the Fargo Police Department said.
Three other people escaped from the blaze. They fled from the unit opposite of where Juven and Graf were found, police said.