A Dallas woman, identified as the daughter of a late district judge, and two children were discovered inside their home by Dallas police Friday morning.
The house is in the 7200 block of Blairview Drive in North Dallas.
KXAS Channel 5 reported that police identified the woman as Jeanmarie Geis, 52, who was daughter of late state District Judge Mark Tolle.
According to the station, police records indicate that two 911 calls were made on Saturday from the house. One of the calls was made by Geis and one by her husband, Frank Geis. Both calls were to report a robbery, the station reported.
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According to broadcast reports, Geis was a Dallas real estate agent. She had told friends and the police that she feared retaliation because of a case in which her father had sent someone to prison.
She had reported being robbed outside her office two weeks ago, according to broadcast reports.
Channel 5 reported that police responded Friday to a report of gunfire and found the bodies of the woman and a girl and a boy, ages 8 and 4.
Officers found the bodies when they entered the home.
The neighborhood is a residential area northwest of the intersection of U.S. 75, also called Central Expressway, and Walnut Hill Lane.
The area also is about a half-mile north of Northpark Center.