A couple in Michigan, Cameron, and Courtney Hulet, were found dead at their home in Dundee while getting ready to have Taco Bell for dinner. The bodies of the 20-year-old woman and her 28-year-old husband were discovered by a neighbor, who initially thought they were sleeping. When she returned a few hours later and saw them in the same position, she called the police.
The police found no signs of obvious trauma on the bodies and no indication of foul play, but a pound of marijuana was found on the kitchen table near the couple’s bodies. There were no indications that the couple’s food had been touched, and it appeared that the marijuana was being divided up for distribution.
Investigators are waiting for toxicology tests and autopsy results to determine the exact cause of the couple’s death. The police chief said Child Protective Services had recently removed two young children from the couple’s home. Cameron has a criminal history of possession of marijuana and assault.
The case is considered a puzzle as investigators are uncertain about the cause of the couple’s death. They are awaiting toxicology tests and autopsy results to determine the exact cause. The police found a pound of marijuana on the kitchen table, and it appeared that it was being divided up for distribution.
There were no signs of forced entry into the home, and it appeared that no third party was involved. The couple’s food was untouched, and it was unclear what caused the deaths of the couple. The case is still under investigation, and it is unclear if Cameron and Courtney’s criminal history has any connection to their untimely death.