Michigan Radio Host Denise Bohn-Stewart and Husband Found Dead in Their Home
Benton Harbor's 98.3 The Coast's morning show co-host Denise Bohn-Stewart and her estranged husband Eric Stewart were found dead in their home early Tuesday morning, according to the Herald-Palladium.
Bohn-Stewart has worked on 98.3 The Coast since January 2015 after working in television outside of Michigan for several years.
Police received a 911 call around 6:30 a.m. from a child inside of the home who discovered one of the victims. The couple had three children together, all of them were in the home and none of them were harmed.
FOX28 reports that the children are now with friends. They also report that police have not released any additional information on the case, and have not stated whether or not the incident is being investigated as a homicide.
Our thoughts go out to their families, as well as Bohn-Stewart's co-workers and friends at 98.3 The Coast.
98.3 The Coast had this to say about their co-worker this morning on Facebook:
Denise Bohn-Stewart was a breast cancer survivor who had worked diligently to help raise money toward finding a cure for the disease.