Earlier this month, we reported that an Arkansas Department of Human Services employee called 911 outside the Duggar's home in Tontitown, AR after Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar allegedly refused to allow him inside to check on the welfare of a minor.
That incident occurred on May 27, and just last week, the DHS confirmed that its investigation into the Duggars is "still active."
Now, In Touch Weekly - the same tabloid that first broke the news of the Josh Duggar sexual abuse scandal - is reporting that the Duggars are still being actively investigated by both the DHS and their local police department.
The news came to light after In Touch filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the Tontitown Police Department.
Authorities responded with a document stating that they were unable to provide the dispatch log that had been requested, as the Duggars are still "part of a current investigation."
It's an interesting development, as it had previously been thought that the Duggars were not being investigated by police, as the statute of limitations on Josh's alleged crimes expired several years ago.
It's possible that the current investigation has nothing to do with Josh's crimes, but the revelation that local authorities are still scrutinizing the Duggar household serves as an indication that all is still not well with the 19 Kids and Counting clan.