Princeton Fire Being Treated As Homicide
A person of interest is in custody for a fatal fire in the City of Princeton. Princeton Police Chief Matthew Bargenquast (pictured) announced during a press conference Saturday that the person was taken into custody on a probation warrant in Florida. After a fire at 103 South Farmer Street early last Monday morning the body of a woman was found in the home. An autopsy was conducted in Madison. Due to findings of the autopsy the death is being treated and investigated as a homicide. Next of kin won't be notified until a positive identification of the body is made. Anyone with information is asked to call 920-294-4000.
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