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Two found dead in Kaysville home

KAYSVILLE, Utah (ABC 4 Utah)- A man and a woman were found dead inside a Kaysville home early Sunday morning but police don’t suspect foul play.

KAYSVILLE, Utah (ABC 4 Utah)-  A man and a woman were found dead inside a Kaysville home early Sunday morning but police don’t suspect foul play.

The couple was identified Sunday afternoon as 72-year-old Jeffery Wayman and his wife, 68-year-old Judith Wayman. A preliminary report from the State Medical Examiner's Office confirmed there were no signs of trauma or any other suspicious injuries on the couple. 

Police continue to investigate whether health problems may have contributed to the deaths but are still awaiting a toxicology report, which could take weeks.

Kaysville police received a call shortly after 2 a.m. to check on a house near 200 S Christine Way after a newspaper carrier noticed a large number of newspapers that had not been collected at the home, even though the lights were on, said Lt. Kenton Pies of the Kaysville Police Department.

When officers arrived they were unable to get anyone to answer the door but “observed an individual inside the residence that was not responding to officers,” Pies said.

Officers then forced themselves inside where they found the man and woman dead inside.

According to Pies, the Kaysville Fire Department responded to make sure the home was safe to enter and check for possible levels of carbon monoxide.

“There were no report of any signs of carbon monoxide,” Pies said in a press release.

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