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Medical examiner, police rule Dickinson shooting a double suicide

DICKINSON, N.D. -- Dickinson police have determined the deaths of two in a shooting last week were the result of a double suicide.Angelique Spenser, 35, and Steven Parker, 53, died Jan. 23 in a north Dickinson home. A single handgun was recovered...

 

DICKINSON, N.D. -- Dickinson police have determined the deaths of two in a shooting last week were the result of a double suicide.
Angelique Spenser, 35, and Steven Parker, 53, died Jan. 23 in a north Dickinson home. A single handgun was recovered at the scene. The double suicide conclusion is supported by the autopsy results from the State Medical Examiner’s Office, Capt. Joe Cianni said in a release.

Spenser and Parker were found in the basement in the home on the 700 block of 22nd Street West, each with a single gunshot wound.

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