Idaho authorities are investigating possible suspects in last week's slaying of three people, including a father and son who are former Brigham City residents.
Brent L. "Bird Dog" Christensen, 61, his son Trent Jon Christensen, 32, and Yavette Chivon Carter, 27, were found shot to death Friday in a home near Holbrook, Idaho, just north of the Utah border. Carter was Trent Christensen's girlfriend.
Carter's daughters, who are 2 months and 2 years old, respectively, were uninjured in the attack.
The Box Elder County Sheriff's Office is assisting the Oneida County Sheriff's Office in Idaho with information associated with the victims.
Oneida County Sheriff Jeff Semrad said in a news release Tuesday it is believed the homicides took place Thursday afternoon or early evening and are not random.
"There is some type of relationship between the perpetrator and the victims," he said. "The general public is not in immediate danger."
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office is also receiving tips about the killings. "The sheriff's office has received calls from witnesses with various observations that has led to possible suspects," Semrad said. "Investigators are following up on those leads."
Semrad has said cash and 38 marijuana plants were in the house where the three bodies were found.
Semrad has also said 64 pit bulls at the property were used for fighting and that some were being boarded by Brent Christensen for other people.
He said the names police have come across are not local but are from other parts of Southern Idaho and Northern Utah. The pit bulls have been transported to the Idaho Humane Society in Boise.
Autopsies have been completed on Brent Christensen, Trent Christensen and Yavette Carter, but the results will not be made public, he added.
Law enforcement authorities are still looking for the driver of a red semitrailer and anyone who attended an Easter party at the house on March 31.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to call the Oneida County Sheriff's Office at 208-766-2251 or text a tip to 208-815-0120.