GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- The results of an autopsy were released Wednesday and confirm that the two found dead on Sunday, July 30 both died from separate gun shot wounds.
The bodies of Robert O'Block, 66, who lived in the house, and Tiffany Fleming, 27, of Rogersville, were found inside the house on E. Kingswood Drive just before 10 p.m. Sunday when deputies got a 9-1-1 call about a possible disturbance.
Arnott said O'Block and Fleming appeared to have some kind of dating relationship, and this is not the first time Greene County deputies had been called to the house regarding a disturbance.
In a release, GCSO says detectives are searching both O'Block's business and home for evidence.
Deputies were called to the home several times in 2014 for domestic disturbances, alarm calls and Order of Protection violations. However, Arnott said, none of the previous incidents involved Fleming.
"We are still learning more about Mr. O'Block and Ms. Fleming and pursuing a thorough investigation to provide closure to both of their families," states Sheriff Arnott.
Authorities are still waiting on the results of a toxicology report.
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