Two People Found Dead In State College Home
Update, December 5: Police have identified the two individuals who were found dead in their Wednesday as 75-year-old Hal Hallock and 71-year-old Natalie Hallock. No further updates in the investigation were available, and police still do not suspect any foul play.
Original story: Two people were found dead in their home in State College Wednesday, according to a release from State College Police.
Police found an elderly male and an elderly female deceased inside their home on the 200-block of West Prospect Avenue after receiving reports from family members that they hadn’t been answering the door at around 1:43 p.m.
The Centre County Coroner, Alpha Fire Company, and Centre Life Link were all on the scene. No foul play or violence has been found during the initial stages of the investigation.
We’ll keep this story updated as more information becomes available.
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