Co-founder of Dayton’s Butter Cafe found dead from suspected OD – WHIO

The co-founder of Butter Cafe was found dead from a suspected overdose in an office above the restaurant Sunday morning, according to a Dayton police incident report. 

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Police and medics responded to the Brown Street restaurant around 10 a.m. after co-founder Amy Beaver found two people unresponsive in an office, one of which was her business partner, the report stated. 

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Sarah Dudley, 39, of Dayton, a co-founder of the restaurant, was pronounced dead at the scene and was removed by the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office. 

Dudley’s official cause of death has not been ruled, according to a coroner’s office spokesperson. 

The other person found unresponsive was identified as Dudley’s boyfriend David Duncan, 30, of Dayton. 

Duncan, who is listed as the kitchen manager according to the restaurant’s website, was revived after medics gave him Narcan and was transported to Miami Valley Hospital, according to the report. 

Duncan’s condition was not immediately known. 

Police said they located seven capsules that contained an unknown substance were found in the office and were collected as evidence, the report indicates. 

Beavers and Dudley founded the restaurant together in 2010. 

A request for comment from the restaurant has not been returned.

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