UPDATE: The Enoch City Manager, Rob Dotson, says 42-year-old Michael Haight, appears to have taken his own life after killing his family. They include 40-year-old Tausha Haight, and her mother, 78-year-old Gail Earl. The remainder of the victims are children. The range in age from 4 to 17
Enoch City Police say eight people, five of them children were found dead inside of a home off the 4900 North Block of Albert Drive. Police came to the home on a welfare check and found all of them with gunshot wounds. According to a press release from Enoch City Police, law enforcement does not believe there is a threat to the public or that there are any suspects at large. Police say the investigation is currently active, and more information will be available in the future.
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