FERGUS FALLS, Minn. – On Wednesday night the bodies of two people were discovered in the city of Fergus Falls, in northwestern Minnesota, and several signs point to the deceased being a couple of local lawyers who recently divorced. [19659002Theagentsreachthesceneandfindpeoplewhoweredeceasedaround10pmthepolicesaidTheirnameswereretainedwhilethedoctorwasidentifyingthem
. However, police investigators are not looking for other people involved, and there is no risk to the public. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is helping with the investigation.
According to neighbors and after an online address search, the scene of the shooting linked an assistant of Otter Tail County Attorney, Ryan Cheshire, 41
The couple had three children.
Paul Hunt, partner of the firm, said on Thursday he could not provide details about the incident under investigation, but he did confirm that Sarah Cheshire had died.
He said that the lawyers were very sad about the news of his death and "worried" about what they had heard about the possible circumstances of his death.
A call was not immediately returned to the Otter Tail County attorney's office for information on the status of Ryan Cheshire in that office.
Several police vehicles, including a BCA vehicle, seen in the apartment on Thursday morning.
The life of Ryan Cheshire has been touched by tragedy in the past.
His father, Bob Cheshire, was a US Marshal. UU who died in the line of duty in 1983 w When federal officials tried to arrest Gordon Kahl, an anti-government protester, near Medina, North Dakota, when Ryan Cheshire was 6.
Ten years later, when Cheshire was 16 years, his younger brother died a year ago when he and his friends accepted a ride after a high school soccer game. The driver, who had been drinking, suffered an accident that killed Cheshire's brother.
In a 2006 Fargo Forum story, Ryan Cheshire said that after his brother's death, he set his sights on a career in law enforcement.
"I have been blessed," he said. "In many ways, it helped me, it gave me a new motivation to keep going and help do the right thing."
The website of Karkela, Hunt & Cheshire said that Sarah Cheshire worked at the firm's Fergus Falls and Perham offices. She worked with the Minnesota Judicial Branch for 10 years before joining the firm in 2013. The couple had resided in Fergus Falls for 11 years. She also served as legal advisor to the Fergus Falls Hockey Association.