TOMAH, Wisconsin (WXOW) - Two people found dead in a Tomah home in October died as the result of a heroin overdose.
Lt. Ron Waddell with the Tomah Police states that heroin was found in Michael Bobak, 35, and Tracey Small, 25, based on toxicology reports done during autopsies of the pair.
Both were found in a residence at 511 North Glendale Avenue on October 8. They lived there with two children.
Lt. Waddell says that investigators are now trying to find out where either Bobak or Small got the heroin.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Tomah Police Investigator Rob Walensky at 608-374-7410.
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