Three people targeted, slain in Colorado home
BOULDER, Colo. - Investigators say a home in the foothills northwest of Denver where three people were found slain was specifically targeted.
The office says the victims are Wallace White, 54, of Golden, Colorado; Kelly Sloat-White, 56, also of Golden; and Emory Fraker, 39, of Broomfield, Colorado.
They were found dead in the house by deputies conducting a welfare check Saturday at the request of a worried acquaintance. Cmdr. Mike Wagner with the Boulder County Sheriff's Office says investigators have ruled out the possibility of murder-suicide.
The bodies showed signs of trauma, but sheriff's officials have not said how the three were killed.
No suspects have been identified.
The home southwest of Boulder is set about 100 feet back from the road in a wooded area. No immediate neighboring homes are within view.
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