Police: Hennessey deaths ruled as double homicide

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KINGFISHER COUNTY, Okla.– Hennessey Police are investigating the death of a man and woman who were found at their home late Thursday night

Police say they found the bodies of a Hispanic couple when they got to the house at the 300 block of W. 6th St.

"I just saw the patrol cars there," a neighbor, Antonio said.

"I thought it was the mom that had a heart attack or something," another neighbor, Yesenia said.

Neighbors never imagined police would be investigating a homicide at their friend's home.

"It's just sad. It's sad to see really close," Yesenia said.

Police say they got the call around 11 p.m. Thursday night.

"The initial caller did not come from the residence. It came form a secondary residence. The individuals at the house did not speak English, so they contacted somebody who could help the communicate," Chief Hank Weber said.

The incident was reported as an attempted double homicide.

"We did find an adult female who was deceased, additionally we found an adult male who was also injured," Weber said.

Both the man and woman appeared to have multiple puncture wounds... The man died at an Enid hospital.

"It's pretty shocking especially in a little town like this," Yesenia said.

Police have not ruled out domestic violence.

Neighbors are still stunned.

"For five years, I got to know them well. We were always good friends," Antonio said.

"I never seen them having problems, just neighbors, nice people," Yesenia said.

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