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Graves County Attorney Brad Jones said the victims were identified as 41-year-old Kyle Milliken, 35-year-old Ashley Milliken, 13-year-old Kjae Milliken, and 8-year-old Kycohn Millken.

Soldiers and Detectives, along with Kentucky State Police, are investigating a reported fever at a residence on 195 Smith Lane in Mayfield.

Husband kills entire family

Dispatch received the first call around 8:25 am on Sunday, December 20th. Upon arrival, the soldiers found the four dead victims inside the house.

Autopsies of all four victims will be held Monday, December 21, at the Western Kentucky Medical Examination Office in Madisonville, Kentucky.

The investigation is currently ongoing. Stay tuned to News 3 for updates on this emerging story.

A community mourns the death of a family of four in a shooting at a house in Mayfield, Kentucky.

Kentucky State Police said the incident took place in Smith Lane, just south of Mayfield on Sunday morning. The KSP says there is no threat to the people.

Graves County investigating judge Brad Jones said that among the victims was Kyle Milliken, his wife Ashley, and two boys aged 13 and 8.

Jones revealed the men’s names on Monday: 13-year-old Kjae and 8-year-old Kycohn.

Police spent hours at the scene, which was shot Sunday. The local 6 spoke with the family pastor, who said it was time for the community to get together and pray.

Pastor Chad Lamb of Grace Life Church in Mayfield describes the family as loving and tremendous. He is still processing death news.

“I’m still in shock,” says Lamb. “This is very sad for the community. A well-known family – a respectable family from both sides of their family. Our community is currently mourning.”

Lamb said that in order to avoid the tragedy, the community must come together.

“We need to unite in our relationship with the Lord,” said Lamb. “We have to love each other. We need to help each other. And we must understand that we never know what people are going through.”

He wants members of the community to preserve their beliefs in this difficult time.

All four victims will be autopsied on Monday morning in Madisonville.