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Family of three found dead in Pike County

The Arkansas State Police is investigating the deaths of three Pike County residents. The investigation is underway at the request of the Pike County Sheriff’s Department.
Early Sunday afternoon [*January 9th] family members discovered the bodies of David Sawyer Claborn, 25, his wife Meredith Claborn, 24, and the couple’s 23 month old daughter, Sadie Dawn Claborn inside their home at 169 Baker Road, east of Glenwood.
The bodies have been transported to the Arkansas State Crime Laboratory where the manner and cause of death will be determined.
According to a report on KARK.com Pike County Sheriff Travis Hill stated that it appears to have been a double murder/suicide.At this juncture in their investigation, Special Agents of the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation have no evidence to lead them to search for a suspect in the deaths.

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