TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT) – A Twin Falls house has been at the center of multiple arrests and even a death. Two days after officers found 38-year-old Joseph Mohlman dead in that house on Seventh Ave., we now know that he died from a knife wound.

Twin Falls County Prosecutor Grant Loebs says Mohlman died Tuesday morning from that knife wound, but the case hasn’t been ruled as a homicide. Yesterday a couple was arrested at the same house for two deliveries of a controlled substance.

According to court records, Charles Gray and Denise Servin sold meth to a confidential informant last fall. Police are unsure of the couple’s whereabouts during Mohlman’s death – but court records say the vehicle they used for meth deliveries has been parked in front of the house for several days.

Loebs says he doesn’t know if the couple lived in the house with Mohlman, but he doesn’t think the drug charges are connected to the death. On top of those cases, the owner of the house, Caroline Olsen, has been in jail for the past three weeks for drug possession and a parole violation.