Cameron Hulet, 28, and his wife Courtney, 20, had just sat down to a fast-food dinner in their Dundee, Michigan, apartment Tuesday night when suddenly they apparently dropped dead.
"It's really a puzzle," the Hulets' apartment manager, Dave Uhl, told the Monroe News. "There is no indication as to what happened. It's a mystery."
A neighbor had dropped by to check in on the Hulets but found them on the floor and assumed they were just sleeping. After coming back later, the neighbor found them in the same spot and then decided to call police.
Authorities, who are still investigating the case, discovered a pound of marijuana on the kitchen table near the Hulets’ bodies and believe that this played a part in the couple’s death. The Hulets showed no outward signs of trauma.
An investigation into the Hulets’ history showed that two young children recently had been removed from their home by Child Protective Services. Cameron Hulet also had a rather extensive criminal record, which included charges of possession of marijuana, assault and driving offenses.
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