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Police are investigating after two people were found dead inside a Harrison Township apartment Friday.
The bodies of a man and a woman were found at the Kuntz Street apartment late Friday afternoon.
Michael Nicolozza told Channel 11’s Courtney Brennan that his 56-year-old son, Frank Nicolozza, lived at the apartment with the woman, identified by the Medical Examiner’s Office as Angela Schlagel, 37. He said his son had moved back to the area from Missouri about three months ago and that he did not have any health problems.
"He's a good guy. He never bothered anybody,” said Michael Nicolozza.
Tony Madia, a friend of Frank Nicolozza, told Channel 11 that he knew something was wrong when Frank Nicolozza hadn't come by for coffee for several days.
"Well, actually I called his brother and said, 'You better get someone down here to check on him because I still don't see any movement down there,'” Madia said.
Family members were the first to go inside the apartment Friday afternoon.
"He thought they were just sleeping, and then the sister started screaming he's dead,” Madia said.
Officials have not said how Frank Nicolozza and Schlagel died.