By Dean Manning
For the Mountain Advocate
Police are currently investigating “multiple” deaths at a residence in Corbin, but officials have released little information about how they think the individuals may have died.
According to Whitley County Coroner Andy Croley, the death investigation began sometime around 5 p.m. Saturday.
Neighbors say the couple’s son hadn’t been at school for several days.
“At this point, it’s multiple deaths,” Croley said. “There’s too much going on right now to say much more. That’s really all I know.”
Corbin Police Chief David Campbell said investigators found the three bodies in the home when they arrived. He said the discovery is being investigated as a triple homicide.
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