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UPDATE: No visible trauma on bodies found in Tomah home

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TOMAH, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Police said an autopsy showed no evidence of gun shot wounds, knife wounds or any method that would have cause a violent death of the couple.

Police found Michael Bobak, 35, and Tracey Small, 25, dead inside their Glendale Avenue home Monday morning.

The bodies were discovered about 10:30 in their home at 511 Glendale Ave.

Police said toxicology results may provide more answers on the cause of death.

Those results won't be available for several weeks.

Several neighbors told News 19 they never met the couple, but one said police presence in the neighborhood is not uncommon.

"People around here are actually really nice people, I mean, I get along with my neighbors. Like I said, if something does happen around here you usually know 'cause the cops kinda let you know. They keep an eye out," said neighbor Trent Koput.

Anyone with information on this case is urged to call the Tomah police.

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TOMAH, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Tomah Police say nothing found in autopsies of two people found in a Tomah home Monday morning showed any indications of a violent death.

Police Chief Wesley Revels released a statement Tuesday afternoon stating that autopsies were performed on the bodies of Michael Bobak and Tracey Small.  They were found dead inside a home at 511 North Glendale Avenue Monday morning.

The couple lived there, states Chief Revels, along with two minor children.

Tomah Police, the state Department of Criminal Investigation, state Crime Lab, and Wisconsin State Patrol spent much of Monday at the home.

In his statement, Chief Revels says, "The information/evidence found during the autopsy and search of the residence showed that there were no injuries as a result of blunt trauma, gun shots, sharp instrument, or any other method that would have caused the death of Bobak and Small in a violent manner."

Chief Revels says toxicology reports may provide answers, but that they won't be done for several weeks.

He's asking that anyone has information related to the case to call Tomah Police at 608-374-7400. 

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TOMAH, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Two people are found dead in a Tomah home Monday morning.

Tomah Police Lt. Ron Waddell, in a brief news release, says that officers were called to a home at 511 North Glendale Avenue around 10:35 a.m. for a report of two people, a man and a woman, that were unresponsive.

The officers met the man who made the call when they arrived at the scene.

When police went inside the home, they found the bodies of Michael Bobak, 35, and Tracey Small, 25. Lt. Waddell says they were lawful occupants of the residence.

The state Department of Criminal Investigation, state Crime Lab, and Wisconsin State Patrol are assisting with the case. As of 6 p.m. Monday, the DCI and Tomah Police investigators are still on the scene.  The immediate area around the home is taped off.

No other details are being released by Tomah Police. 

 

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