The mystery surrounding the death of Jennifer Huston, an Oregon mother-of-two, continues to baffle investigators. Police have revealed they do not believe any foul play was involved in her death as they await her autopsy results.
Jennifer Huston, 38, died of what can only be described as “mysterious circumstances” based on the information that has been revealed about how her body was discovered. Hopefully, autopsy results will help point police in the right direction and give Jennifer’s family, especially her husband Kallen Huston and their two small children, the peace of mind they deserve.
Jennifer Huston’s Mysterious Death Shows No Signs Of Foul Play
The story of Jennifer Huston’s disappearance and death becomes more and more unusual as time goes on.
Shortly after Sheridan, Oregon resident Vern Clemmers discovered Jennifer’s SUV on his private property, ultimately leading police to find her body a few yards away, Captain Jeff Kosmicki confirmed that there was no evidence of foul play in her death.
“It’s impossible,” he told Fox News in a statement.
While it seems to be suggested that Jennifer may have been responsible for her own death, there are a number of other factors that remain unconfirmed. For instance, what was the status of Jennifer’s health at the time of her disappearance? Did she have any underlying health concerns that may have gone untreated?
Surely Jennifer’s autopsy results will provide the answers to many questions.
Jennifer’s Husband Previously Said Disappearing Was ‘Unlike’ Her
On Aug. 2, eight days after Jennifer disappeared, her distraught husband pleaded with the press to bring home his wife and the mother of his children.
“Everybody that knows Jennifer knows that this is completely out of character for her. She would never do this,” Kallen told a crowd full of supporters and camera crews. “She loves me, and she loves the boys. She wouldn’t leave them.”
Many friends, family, neighbors, and community supporters helped search for Jennifer even after the police finally stopped. while Kallen spoke to press, he and a group of family and friends surrounding him wore bright yellow t-shirts with Jennifer’s face on them to help spread awareness.
Our thoughts go out to Jennifer’s friends and family during this difficult time, especially her husband and two boys ages 2 and 6.
— Lauren Cox