Although it could be days or weeks before official word comes about the details of the death, the News-Leader has begun to piece together information as it becomes available.
A police report from a domestic dispute in September at the same address describes an altercation with Light's 21-year-old stepson.
Light, 23, allegedly told the responding officer that the 21-year-old had pushed her. The man said she pushed him. Neither were willing to press charges, according to the police report.
A police report states that Light's husband, Ron Light, told police Tatianna had been suffering from depression lately.
An online search for Ron Light revealed he is a registered sex offender in Greene County.
He pleaded guilty to child molestation in 1995 against a 11-year-old girl. Archived court records show he was originally charged with statutory sodomy but pleaded the charge to molestation. He served three years in prison.
Several attempts to call Ron Light were unsuccessful Thursday.
Documents from the archived case file show that a psychiatric evaluation pointed to the possibility that he could be rehabilitated.
"Mr. Light appears remorseful and depressed about his family situation and seems eager to make amends to his family," the report reads. "This type of individual generally does well in a community treatment program."
Asked about policies regarding the removal of children from homes that may be troubled, the assistant communications director for the Department of Social Services, said Children's Division doesn't make decisions as to when to take a child from a home or when a child can return. Arleasha Mays said the courts and law enforcement have that authority to take a child.
If a child is taken, a family support team is gathered, which includes a lawyer for the child, the parents and their legal representation, a social worker and several others to collectively make decisions about the child's situation.
"They make the decision for the best interest of the child," Mays said.
She said returning a child to a home with a sex offender differs for each situation, but that the court puts rules into place in each scenario that the offender must follow.
She said she could not speak to the details of whether Kaiden was ever taken in Children's Division custody.
Tatianna Light's Facebook profile refers to another son, but it's unclear where the boy was at the time of Kaiden's death.
The Children's Division won't confirm whether the boy was in state custody.