Law enforcement sources told NBC the woman, 39-year-old Tameka Hargrave and a 56-year-old man believed to be her mechanic, had died of carbon monoxide poisoning. The duo apparently died of carbon monoxide poisoning, law enforcement sources said.
According to FOX News, law enforcement officials believe Hargrave's was having sex with the mechanic in exchange for auto fix. Shortly before 8:45 p.m. today, police responded to 18th and New Fairview avenues on a call of sick or injured persons.
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 auto parked in his garage.
He claimed when he found them, they were both outside the auto, which had been left running. Authorities say Hargrave was found on the ground, and that the man was a mechanic looking at her vehicle.
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Johnson said that he arrived at his New Jersey home home and found the two dead in the garage.
The male victim has not been identified, and police believe their deaths were accidental. He said it smelled like automobile exhaust, and eventually, he made his way to the garage before finding the running vehicle and the two victims. We don't know, ' she said.
Family friend Kelly Mitchell said she couldn't get her head around Hargrave's death. "She was everything to me".
Her distraught daughter Khalisha Johnson told CBS2: 'I just want my mother back. "They do not have adequate alarm systems, because if there had been an alarm in that garage, people would have been alerted to the fact that it was going on".