Man and Wife Found Dead at Home, Victims of Murder


SADIEVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The deaths of north-central Kentucky couple were determined to be the result of a double homicide, according to Scott County Coroner John Goble.

The bodies of James Gray, 63, and his wife Vivian, 55, were discovered Thursday morning by someone who went to check on them,
Goble said.

"It was called in as a murder-suicide, but that was not the case," Goble said Friday. "Autopsies and toxicologies will be done and I hope the result will be back within a week," he added.

The couple lived on Cincinnati Pike, which is also US 25, some 2½ miles south of the Grant-Scott County line, Goble said. The coroner would not comment on the type of weapon used to kill the couple, nor would he say how man time each was shot.

"They had been married 40 years," Goble said.

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