Sonja Moen Death – Sonja Moen, a resident of West Fargo, North Dakota has been identified as the victim of a tragic incident that happened on Thursday. According to reports, Sonja Moen was murdered by a 31-year-old male from West Fargo, North Dakota. The incident happened at approximately 7:38 a.m. on Thursday, August 10, 2023.
The West Fargo Police Department responded to a medical emergency in the 1100 block of Eaglewood Avenue W. Upon arrival, officers found Sonja dead inside the residence. Following their preliminary inquiry and collection of evidence at the scene, Spencer Moen, a 31-year-old male hailing from West Fargo, North Dakota, was apprehended on charges of Murder.
Moen is presently under custody at Cass County Jail. This is not Moen’s inaugural confinement in Cass County Jail. On the evening of December 8th, 2019, law enforcement officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at 231 10 ½ Ave. W. in West Fargo. Law enforcement officials report that upon arrival at the residence, Spencer exhibited confrontational behaviour towards them.
According to court records, a woman present at the residence endeavoured to elucidate the situation to the police, yet Moen consistently interjected, prompting law enforcement to converse with her within the confines of the garage.
The woman recounted to the authorities that Moen and another man had engaged in drinking activities centred around the Vikings game earlier in the day, returning home in a heavily inebriated state. The woman relayed to law enforcement that she overheard a dispute between the two men in the garage, and upon investigating, she witnessed Spencer positioned atop the other individual, his arm encircling the latter’s neck in a choking manner.
Subsequently, she dialled 911. Spencer refuted any claims of assaulting anyone during his interaction with the police, asserting that their activities were merely playful “wrestling around.” However, the police officers observed facial injuries on the other man, including a bloodshot eye.
The man informed the authorities that Moen had pushed him to the ground and mounted him, although he had no recollection of being choked. Red marks indicative of pressure were discerned on the man’s neck.
Moen was taken into custody on charges of domestic aggravated assault. The murder case is presently under active and ongoing investigation, and no additional comments can be furnished at this juncture. This matter has been referred to the Cass County State’s Attorney’s Office.
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