- Associated Press - Thursday, June 4, 2015

TOWN OF WOODLAND, Wis. (AP) - Investigators are looking into whether drugs played a role in the death of two people in Sauk County.

Coroner Greg Hahn says that’s the way they’re leaning, but the cause of death determination won’t be made until the toxicology results are received. And, that could take more than a month.

The sheriff’s department says 55-year-old Richard Mauer and 51-year-old Diane Rogers were found outside a home in the Town of Woodland Monday night. Deputies say suspected heroin and prescription medication were recovered.



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