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What we know: Police investigate university of Murders in Idaho

It was more than a week after four universities of Idaho students were found dead in Moscow house. Since then, the Moscow police department and other departments investigating the quadruple murder have been letting out a slow trickle. of information to public.

As of Monday evening, no suspects yet. in murder and the police have yet to find the weapon.

This was stated by the head of the Moscow police James Fry. last a week that he can’t confirm there is no threat to community and called people “stay vigilant” and “be aware of your surroundings in general times”.

Additional information on the case was solved over weekends and Mondays, including people that the Moscow police cleared in investigation and further details about 911 call on Sunday just before noon.

That’s what we are know already.

What is known about the fourth death?

Four victims in early Sunday murders were u of I senior Madison Mogen, 21, of Coeur d’Alene and Kaylie Gonsalves, 21 of Rathdrum; junior Xana Kernodle, 20 years old, of Post Falls; and freshman Ethan Chapin, 20, of Mount Vernon, Washington.

All three women found dead were residents of in six- bedroom for rent house on block 1100 of Royal road. one the man, Chapin, dated Kernodle and spent the night at home.

The Latah County coroner’s office called the death a stabbing homicide. in a one-page report. Lata County Coroner Katie Mabbutt told the Moscow-Pullman Daily News that the weapon used must have been a “big knife” and that there was a “fair amount of blood.”

The Statesman reported that the police conducted a search for “knife in the style of Rambo” and visited several Moscow areas stores asking about various combat knives. One of the knives the police asked about were Ka-Bar, meaning military class blade.

Mabbut also said that four students were killed in “early morning hoursSunday. The coroner’s report did not times of death, although Moscow Mayor Art Böttge previously told the Idaho Statesman that it happened between 3 and 4 a.m. Sunday.

When the police responded call for unconscious person in the room around noon Sunday, they arrived at house find four victims. Two victims were found on in second floor and two on third floorThe captain of the Moscow police, Roger Lanier, told reporters about this. on Sunday. The police wouldn’t say who was where.

The autopsy confirmed that all four had died from multiple stab wounds and were likely all asleep at the time of the attack. first happened. Some victims showed defensive wounds.

At a press conference on Sunday, Fry declined say whether attack carried out one person or several people and could not tell if there was of the four roommates were clearly targeted.

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Four victims in weight killing in university of Idaho pose for photo recently with two friends, who The statesman did not recognize and preferred to blur their faces. Upstairs left Madison Mogen, 21 who is on shoulders of Kaylee Gonsalves, also 21. Ethan Chapin, 20, hugs 20-year-old Xana Kernodl, his girlfriend. Contributed by Alivea Goncalves

Was anyone more in in house?

Two other roommates who lived in house were there but were not hurt. Lanier said both women slept on in first floor during attack.

Moscow police released information in Facebook post saying the two surviving roommates woke up up Sunday morning and called friends to house because they believed one of in second-floor casualties passed out and didn’t wake up up.

11:58 AM PT 911 call originated from one of roommate cell phones, requests for help for unconscious individual. According to post a few people spoke to the 911 dispatcher.

The detectives said they did not believe that any of the house when 911 was called were involved in in crime.

What were the victims doing the night before the murders?

Lanier gave more update on what kind took place Saturday evening leading up to the murders on Sunday morning.

Cairnodle and Chapin were in party in Sigma Chi fraternity house – less than a mile from house on King Road – and returned home around 1:45 am on Sunday. Gonçalves and Moden spent the evening at a bar called the Corner Club before stopping by a downtown diner. truck on in way home. Both girls also arrived home around 1:45

The two surviving roommates have arrived home at about 1 am

There have been multiple calls made from mobile phones of Goncalves and Modena between 2 and 3 am to a man who didn’t answer. Sister of Gonçalves, Avilea, said the calls were made a man named Jack who friend.

Who was cleared?

The detectives do not believe that the two surviving roommates or any persons called into the house on Sunday mornings were involved in in crime.

Police also cleared the male out in surveillance footage of grub truck food truck”private party” driver who took Gonsalves and Mogen home early in the morning, and a man called by Gonçalves and Mogen.

Lata County Sheriff’s Office also stated that an incident involving dog attacked with knife elsewhere in Moscow had nothing to do with the killings, although it did not talk about it. how They know what. The statesman has reached out for more information.

Tips on relevant information

The detectives ask anyone who noticed suspicious behavior has video surveillance or can provide appropriate information about deaths in call case helpline at 208-883-7180.

University of Idaho announced on Twitter that tips can be emailed to the Moscow police at [email protected]

next police press conference for Wednesday at 13:00 PT in Moscow.

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Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle, two of students killed at the university of Idaho are known to have dated, according to Chapin. mother. Maya Hippinstil
Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen
Kaylee Gonsalves (ur.left) and Madison Mogen (right) were known to be close friends. The merged GoFundMe page was set up for two universities of Students from Idaho with continues to be divided between the two women of the family. Maya Hippinstil

This story was originally published November 21, 2022 at 6:51 pm

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