The human remains of a missing woman in Minnesota were found inside a storage unit and police officers believed that it could be connected to the previous crime.
Human Remains of Missing Woman in Minnesota
St. Paul Police confirmed that they found the human remains of a missing woman in Minnesota inside a storage unit. Police Officers believed that the heinous and gruesome death of the woman could be connected to the previous crime.
In a published article in FOX News, police authorities identified the deceased woman as Fanta Xayavong who was last seen with Joseph Jorgenson in July 2021. She was reported missing in May and this raised concern to the police officers last week.
Missing Woman in Minnesota Could Be Connected to the Previous Crime
According to a published article in Yahoo News, the missing woman in Minnesota whose remains were found inside the storage unit could be connected to the recent crime. 34-year-old Manijeh “Mani” Starren remains were also found inside a storage in Woodbury, Minnesota.
Man was Charged in Connection to the Death of the Missing Women
Joseph Jorgenson, 40 years old, was charged with second-degree intentional murder in connection to the death of Starren. During the investigation, it was also found that Xayavong was last seen with Jorgenson. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehensions conducted the investigation after the human remains of Starren were found inside the storage.
St. Paul Police Department Sgt. Mike Ernster said, “This is nothing short of horrific. For the second time in a week, we have found a missing person deceased.”