Couple found dead in Reform home; foul play not suspected
A Reform couple was found dead in their home last Saturday morning, but
officials don’t suspect foul play.
According to County Coroner Chad Harless, Phillip Jerome Hudson, 52, and Dana L. Hudson, 40, of 112 First Avenue East
Reform were found in their home about 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 19.
Harless said they were taken to the State Medical Examiner for a full autopsy.
Keith “Booty” Cox, Chief Investigator for the 24th Judicial Circuit, said the last time the
couple was seen was on Thursday night, July 17. Relatives did not see them on
Friday, July 18, and became concerned. The couple was found together by a
relative on July 19 in the living room of their residence.
Cox said, “There were no obvious signs of foul play, and we’re awaiting word from the forensic sciences.”
Cox added while foul play cannot be ruled out, the scene did not seem to
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