Dead: Husband and Wife, Five Animals Discovered in RV


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A couple was found dead inside a recreational vehicle in early August in an Aledo trailer park, according to the Parker County Sheriff’s Office.

Parker County sheriff’s deputies found a man and woman in the 7000 block of East Interstate 20, roughly 15 miles west of downtown Fort Worth. The husband and wife were identified as David Dale Galaway, 48, and Jennifer Lauren Galaway, 52, said Deputy Danie Huffman, public information officer for the sheriff’s office.

In addition to the two bodies, deputies discovered three cats and two dogs inside the RV. The animals are currently under the care of the Parker County Animal Shelter.

“At this time, this investigation is active and ongoing,” said Sheriff Russ Authier. “We are not ruling out any outcome … However, the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office will determine the official cause and manner of the deaths, pending the autopsy results.”

As of August 15, neither has been determined, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s website. It could take upwards of six to eight weeks for the results.

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7 months ago

That was my brother. You could be a little more sensitive in regards to the headline.