Waterloo police identify two people found dead in home
WATERLOO (AP) — Police have identified two people found dead in a Waterloo home.
The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports police on Monday identified those found dead as 29-year-old Damon Scott Gould II and 33-year-old Shalynn Kay Boike. Two dogs also were found dead in the home.
Police says it won't be clear how Gould and Boike died until toxicology tests are completed but that they're investigating whether a gasoline-powered generator was to blame. The generator was being used to provide limited electricity in the home, which had been vacant because of damage from recent flooding.
The owner of the home offered to let Gould and Boike stay at the house. The owner found the bodies Sunday morning.