Update: Battle Creek Police have identified the mother and son who died in their home, Saturday afternoon. 51-year-old Teresa Osborne and her 14-year-old son Kaiden, were found unresponsive when first responders arrived at their home near South Minges Road. Life-saving efforts failed and they were declared dead at the scene.  Investigators say it doesn’t appear that a violent act caused their deaths, or that anyone else was involved. Kaiden Osborne was a Lakeview High School student. The Calhoun County Critical Incident and Stress Management Team were at the school, Monday, to provide emotional support for the students.

It was shortly after 2:30 PM, Saturday afternoon, when dispatchers at the Calhoun Consolidated Dispatch Authority received a call that an adult woman and a minor young man had been found unresponsive at a residence near South Minges Road. 

Battle Creek Police, the Battle Creek Fire Department, and EMS responded and immediately began life-saving measures, however, all attempts failed and both the woman and young boy were pronounced dead at the scene. 

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Battle Creek Police investigators are in the process of investigating the circumstances surrounding the deaths, but the initial investigation shows that there is no cause for alarm or concern for the safety of the Battle Creek community. 

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