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Tausha Haight Biography
Michael and Tausha Haight were two of the three adults among those killed, while Tausha’s mother, 78-year-old Gail Earl, was identified as the third adult victim.
Police said Michael Haight appeared to have taken his own life after killing the other seven in the home.
Five children, from preschool to high school, including a set of twins, were also found inside, though their names have not been released.
17 year old girl
12 year old girl
7 year old girl
7 year old boy
4 year old boy
After nearly 20 years of marriage, court records show Tausha Haight, 40, filed for divorce on December 21 in Iron County. It has not yet been confirmed if Tausha and Michael were living together at the time of the incident.
It is also not known what led Tausha to file for divorce.
At Thursday’s briefing, Enoch City Manager Rob Dotson said authorities received a call Wednesday that Tausha had missed a previously scheduled appointment. When Tausha was not located, a missing person report was submitted to the Cedar City Police Department because Michael’s office was located there.
Michael Haight was listed as an insurance agent for Allstate with an office in Cedar City 42-year-old had left the company last week.
“Once Michael’s home address was determined to be in the City of Enoch, the missing person report was passed to the City of Enoch officials, at which time the welfare check to locate Tausha was completed. became an effort to locate the entire family,” Dotson explained.
The well-being control was carried out at home at 4:00 p.m. and the bodies of the family were found inside. There is no timeline for when the family was killed, but Enoch City Mayor Geoffrey Chesnut said witnesses saw members of the Haight family at a church service Tuesday night.
Enoch City Police Chief Jackson Ames said his department was “familiar” with the family and had been “involved in some investigations with the family a couple of years before,” but did not elaborate on why. . Ames added that there have been no recent interactions with the family.
“Tausha was the kindest, most generous person and never said anything bad about anyone,” said Tina Brown, a family friend. “She would give the shirt off her back for anyone and she served the people tirelessly.”