"There were people that had contact with April the night before," said Lt. Chad Ramos.
Damien was autistic and suffered from epilepsy. According to autopsy results, he was suffocated. April died from a combination of prescription medication and suffocation.
"April left a note behind that discussed difficulties in her life," explained Lt. Ramos. "That also assisted in the investigation into putting together some of the pieces of the puzzle, if you will."
"It's devastating," said Tana Koss, program director for Brown County Family Services."I think it's all the more important that we get the message out that there are resources and support available in our community."
Koss said the Crisis Center assists about 300 people every month who need help dealing with difficult situations.
"I think the most important is being available to listen and really hear how a person is feeling," she added. "and then working with them and their family and friends to come up with a plan in which they can keep safe."
The crisis center is available 24/7 at no cost.
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