Tuesday, 17 July, 2018

Married woman, mechanic reportedly die from carbon monoxide poisoning during sex

Man finds wife and 'her lover' dead of carbon monoxide poisoning Husband finds bodies of wife, mechanic in car
Deanna Wagner | 13 July, 2018, 17:50

Police are investigating after a New Jersey woman and her mechanic, alleged to have been her lover, were found dead of apparent carbon monoxide poisoning.

Kahali Johnson said one of the victims is his wife, identifying her as Tameka Hargrave.

Anonymous police sources told media outlets the woman evidently agreed to have sex with the mechanic in exchange for work done on the auto.

Law enforcement sources told NBC Washington that a husband returned home and discovered the bodies of his 39-year-old wife and the 59-year-old man in a vehicle parked in his garage. It seems that they started getting freaky in the garage, while the engine of the vehicle was running, and they died before they even realized what was happening to them, People Magazine reports.

'As I tried to open the last garage door, I see the mechanic, he's laid out, ' Johnson said.

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Johnson said he believes his wife's death could have been prevented if the apartment garage had adequate alarm systems in place.

The mechanic's name has not been released.

Details regarding the incident are continuing to develop, but according to preliminary reports, police were called to a residence in the vicinity of 18th and New Fairview avenues -near Bergen- at approximately 8:30 p.m. where firefighters found several victims exposed to high CO gas readings. "She was everything to me". We could have stopped this right here.

Her distraught daughter Khalisha Johnson told CBS2: 'I just want my mother back.

The grieving husband, Johnson, is blaming the alarm systems in the garage.