NEW INFO: Thieves Target Murder Victim's House Just Days After Her Death

A man mourning the murder of his sister made a pretty disappointing discovery just days after her body was found, someone broke into her home.

A Greenville police report shows the Alice Drive duplex of Angenette Daniels was broken into, and the thief or thieves helped themselves to electronics, including a flat screen TV, DVD player, computers, a Sony PlayStation. The report says someone pried opened a window to get inside.

Daniels' brother discovered the break-in on Wednesday; his sister was found dead in the duplex Sunday. Police think Daniels is the victim of a murder-suicide. Her funeral is later today.


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Much has been reported about the death of Angenette Daniels, the victim of what police say was likely a domestic murder-suicide. Now we know more about the woman's life.

The 40 year old woman was originally from Ayden, according to her obituary, which says her parents still live there. Daniels was a mother of two, a grandmother, and worked at Vidant Medical Center. The Ayden Grifton High School graduate was also a member of Zion Chapel FWB Church.

Daniels is also survived by her siblings. She had two brothers and three sisters.

The viewing for Daniels is scheduled for Thursday at Don Brown Funeral Home in Ayden from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Her funeral is at 2 p.m. Friday at Morning Star Holiness Church in Ayden.


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We have a major update in the possible murder-suicide investigation in Pitt County this morning.

Greenville police released the results of the autopsy for 40-year-old Angenette Daniels, the woman found dead in her Alice Drive duplex on Sunday. Police say the results show Daniels was struck multiple times with a blunt force object. The apparent cause of death is repeated blunt force trauma, according to police.

Authorities suspect her boyfriend, Clennie Carmon, of killing her, then taking his own life at his home off Highway 903 in Pitt County. Both bodies were discovered Sunday, police say it's possible Daniels may have died Saturday.


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Detectives with Greenville police and the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office are investigating what they believe to be a possible murder-suicide.

In a press release from Greenville police, deputies with the Sheriff’s Office investigated what appeared to be a possible suicide from a gunshot wound to the head, reported shortly after 3 p.m. on Abott Farm Road in Pitt County. The victim in that case is said to be 48- year-old Clennie Carmon.

Officials say deputies went to 209-B Alice Drive in Greenville to check on the welfare of Carmon’s reported girlfriend, Angentte Daniels, and did not get a response. Officers got a key from family members around 9 p.m. Sunday and found Daniels dead in the living room, according to the release.

Investigators say the woman died a violent death.

Greenville police have named Carmon as the suspect in the death investigation. While they noted Carmon died from a gunshot wound, police said it was not clear what killed Daniels. Police say it's possible Daniels may have died Saturday.


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