Authorities in Michigan are investigating the mysterious deaths of a couple who were found dead at their kitchen table with Taco Bell food in front of them. Cameron and Courtney Hulet were sitting down to enjoy their meal when they suddenly stopped breathing and collapsed. The couple’s neighbor, who had become concerned after not seeing them outside their home for some time, called the police to conduct a welfare check.
“It’s really a puzzle,” said Dundee Village Manager Dave Uhl. “There is no indication as to what happened. It’s a mystery.”
When the police arrived, they found Cameron collapsed on the floor and Courtney lying face down. Next to their Taco Bell meal, a pound of marijuana was discovered. However, it is still unclear whether the marijuana had any connection to their deaths.
Authorities are currently awaiting toxicology results to determine the cause of death for the 28-year-old Cameron and his 20-year-old wife, Courtney. While police initially considered the possibility of foul play, there were no signs of forced entry or trauma on either body. They do not believe a third party was involved.
It has been revealed that Child Protective Services recently removed two children from the couple’s home. Cameron had a criminal record, including drug possession and assault charges, which may have added additional stress to their lives.
The sudden and mysterious death of the Hulet couple has left their loved ones and the tight-knit community of Dundee, Michigan, grieving and searching for answers. Authorities hope that the toxicology results will shed light on this tragic incident.