Suspect, victims named after eight people found dead inside Enoch home
ENOCH, Utah — The Enoch City Police Department has named a suspect and the victims who were found dead inside a home at 4923 North Albert Drive in Enoch, Utah on Wednesday.
The suspect is Michael Haight, 42. Police said their evidence suggests he took his own life after killing seven other people in the home.
The two other adults in the home were Haight’s wife, Tausha Haight, 40, and Tausha’s mother, Gail Earl, 78.
Police said the minors were the Haight’s children, three females ages 17, 22, and 7, as well as two males, ages 7 and 4.
A press release indicates that an investigation continues, but that police do not believe there are any suspects who are outstanding.
Police were called to the area of 4900 N. Albert Drive for a welfare check.
Upon arriving at the residence, officers found three adults and five minors deceased. Police say each victim appears to have suffered a gunshot wound.
The investigation is ongoing. More information will be provided as it becomes available.
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