Ogden woman identified as 1 of 3 shot dead, stored in Idaho shed; husband at large

Gerald Michael "Mike" Bullinger. Photo Courtesy: Idaho Police

OGDEN, Utah, June 30, 2017 (Gephardt Daily) — One of the three female bodies found hidden in a shed in Idaho has been identified as that of an Ogden woman whose husband is a person of interest in the triple homicide.

Cheryl Baker, 56, was identified by the Canyon County (Idaho) Coroner’s Office through her dental records.

Officials are still working to positively identify the other two victims, who also were found at the property in Caldwell, Idaho, on June 19.

Police identified 60-year-old Gerald Michael “Mike” Bullinger as a person of interest in the investigation. Bullinger is wanted on a felony warrant for failure to report a death, and he was last seen earlier in June in the Ogden area.

Bullinger lived with Baker in Ogden for decades and owns the home near Caldwell where the three bodies were found. He is considered armed and dangerous.

Bullinger is 6 feet 1 inch tall, weighs 240 pounds, and has gray hair and brown eyes. He is thought to be driving a white, 2007 Ford Focus with Utah license plate 129 UMP.

All of the bodies have been identified as females with ages ranging from the teens to the mid-50s, the news release said. They each died from a single gunshot wound.

It has not been confirmed that Bullinger was involved in the deaths of the three victims, but anyone who sees him is advised not to approach him, but to call officials at 208-454-7531.


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