Smoke inhalation cited in 4 deaths at Montana home

By By MATTHEW BROWN

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana authorities say preliminary autopsy results show four adults whose bodies were found in a burned-out mobile home died of smoke inhalation.

Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder on Friday identified the victims as 25-year-old Donavon Fogle, 28-year-old Troy Saylor, 25-year-old Brandi Hansen Moats and 33-year-old Amber Marie Beyers. All four were from Billings.

Two men arrested Thursday night in the case face charges of negligent homicide and felony arson, although few details have been released on what happened.

Zaccary John Kern and Robert Eric Bottenhagen, both 21 and from Billings, are being held at the Yellowstone County Jail.

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