Husband and wife found dead in Dundee, MI
A husband and wife were found dead Wednesday morning in the village of Dundee.
UPDATE: Police are identifying them as Cameron and Courtney Hulet, formerly of Newport, MI.
The responding officer says the two were found in the living room around 1:00 AM Wednesday.
The Dundee village manager says Tuesday morning a neighbor saw the door was cracked, looked inside and heard a moan before they left.
The neighbor says they got worried when they didn't see them all day, so the neighbor checked Wednesday morning and found the two bodies.
Police were called and confirmed a 28-year-old man and 20-year-old woman had died. They have identified the man as Cameron Hulet and the woman as Courtney Hulet. Both were from Newport and have been living in Dundee for about six weeks.
Autopsies have been completed with no immediate determination. Toxicology reports are expected in two weeks.
Police found no evidence on scene, no indications of foul play or forced entry.
One pound of marijuana was found in the kitchen. It appeared the couple was packaging it.
Michigan State Police took pictures, collected cell phones and the marijuana. Authorities say the pair has children but they were not in the home at the time. Police are not releasing the couple's name or cause of death but are now saying drugs were involved.
Authorities say there is no threat to the community in this case.