Drug paraphernalia, marijuana plants found at scene of triple homicide

Boulder County homicide detectives are at the scene of a triple murder for the third day in a row now.---investigators are combing through the area, talking to witnesses, hoping to find out how and why three people were killed in their home in coal creek

GOLDEN, COLO - The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office is on day three of an investigation into a triple homicide in Coal Creek Canyon. 

Deputies say the home was specifically targeted. Investigators found drug paraphernalia inside the home. All three victims suffered trauma. Sunday, deputies ruled out murder-suicide.  

On Wednesday, officers said they removed multiple marijuana plants from the home as a part of the investigation. They are not saying how many or whether the drug paraphernalia they previously found is related to the marijuana. 

The victims have been identified as 54-year-old Wallace Lance White, 56-year-old Kelly Sloat-White, and 39-year-old Emory Fraker.  Deputies confirmed White and Sloat-White were married, but couldn't say how Fraker is connected to them.

State records show White and Sloat-White worked together, attempting to launch a business called A Solar Generation in 2007. White opened a company called Action Door Inc., in 1997. Sloat-White was added as the secretary and treasurer of the company in 2000.

The bodies were discovered during a welfare check that was requested by a man who claimed hadn't seen his friends in several days. Investigators say there have not been any other calls to the home in the past three years. 

No suspects have been identified.

The sheriff's office urges anyone who may have information related to this case contact the sheriff's office tip-line at (303) 441-3674.

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