Idaho murders latest: Victim’s boyfriend breaks silence as details of Kaylee Goncalves’ stalker claim revealed

Idaho Father’s Murder Victim Says ‘Methods of Death’ Don’t Matter

Police investigating the brutal murders of four University of Idaho students have released new details about the claim that victim Kaylee Goncalves may have had a stalker.

In mid-October, an incident involving two men occurred at a local business when one of the men appeared to follow Goncalves inside the establishment and she left to walk to her car, police said. Moscow on Monday.

Neither of the men appeared to have touched the 21-year-old and it was believed to be an isolated incident – with no evidence linking them to the murders.

Officers said the incident may have been “the Stalker reference she made to friends and family” although they continue to look for tips in relation to the claims.

The new details came as Madison’s boyfriend Mogen spoke out for the first time, paying tribute to “the person I loved the most” at an emotional watch.

It’s been three weeks since Goncalves, Mogen, their housemate Xana Kernodle and Kernodle’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin were murdered in an off-campus home in the college town of Moscow, Idaho, on November 13. No arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified.


From campus to club to crime scene: What happened in Idaho murder victim’s final hours

It could be anyone, in any US college town, on any Saturday night. That was how typical the behavior of the students who were murdered in Moscow, Idaho, just hours before they were brutally executed, The Independent‘ writes Sheila Flynn.

Sheila reports: “The University of Idaho campus was busy that day, a sea of ​​gold and silver as the Vandals prepared for a home game against the UC Davis Aggies in the 16,000-seat Kibbie Dome. It was 28 degrees at the start – the weather was listed as a scary “ice fog” – but the fans turned out happy, loyal; The Vandals’ 44-26 loss was disappointing but that didn’t stop the students from preparing to hit home.

“Among them were five girls living in a three-bedroom rented house on King’s Road, just over a mile from the stadium and only two blocks from the edge of campus. Kaylee Goncalves and Maddie Mogen, both 21 and childhood best friends, were going together to the middle of the bars. 20-year-old Xana Kernodle planned to hang out with her 20-year-old boyfriend, Ethan Chapin.”

Rachel Sharp6 December 2022 10:40


Roommates who survived Idaho killers break their silence

Dylan Mortenson and Bethany Funke were sleeping on the first floor of their student rental house in Moscow, Idaho, when their three roommates Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, and Xana Kernodle, along with Kernodle’s boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, to death on 13 November.

At a memorial held in Post Falls, Idaho, on Friday, a youth pastor from Real Life Ministries shared a letter written by Ms. Mortenson, according to the Idaho Statesman.

She described Kernodle, 20, as “the life of the party”, adding that she was “strong, intelligent, hard-working” and beautiful.

The Independent’s Oliver O’Connell has the story:

Rachel Sharp6 December 2022 10:20


Moscow Police continue to investigate the last movements of Ethan Chapin and Xana’s Kerndle

The movements of Kernodle and Chapin on the night of the murders are unclear.

Police said the young couple were at a Sigma Chi party between 8pm and 9pm.

It is not clear where they were between 9pm and 1.45am; the area would be busy at that time, with other student accommodation around it, and other young people going home too.

“Any interactions, contacts, direction and mode of travel, or anything unusual could add context to what happened,” Moscow Police said of the missing steps on Monday.

Apart from the calls made by Goncalves, what happened when the four returned home is still a mystery.

It is not known if the killer entered the house before the victims came home and hid before they were asleep or if he entered the house after the students returned.

It is also unclear when and how the suspect fled the house or if he has already left Moscow.

Andrea Blanco6 December 2022 10:00


Father of Idaho victim says daughter may have been the main target

The distraught father of one of the four students killed at the University of Idaho said his daughter and her best friend may have been the main target because the people chose to ‘go upstairs’ where they were sleeping.

Authorities said the boiler entered the home through a sliding glass door or window on the second floor of the home, which meets a hill at ground level in the backyard.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar6 December 2022 09:30


No doubt or murder weapon thousands of tips later

Moscow police said Saturday they received more than 2,645 emails, 2,770 calls, 1,084 digital media submissions.

But officials said “there are no known suspects at this time”.

Now, 21 days into the investigation, the killer is still at large and detectives are completing their work at the crime scene.

“We believe that someone has information that will add context to the picture that investigators are creating of what happened that evening. Our focus is on the investigation, not the actions,” the department said Monday.

“Your information, whether you believe it is significant or not, could be one of the pieces of the puzzle that helps solve these murders.”

Andrea BlancoDecember 6, 2022 09:00


A grieving father says losing a child is ‘the hardest thing in the world’

The bereaved father of University of Idaho student Madison Mogen, who was fatally stabbed along with three other friends last month, called losing their only child the “hardest thing in the world.”

“It’s still hard to believe sometimes. We get up in the morning, and it’s like, ‘Nah this isn’t happening,’ then it kicks in,” Scott Laramie told Fox News.

“We love her and miss her, and trying to figure out how to live without her is the hardest thing in the world,” Mr. Laramie said. “It’s the hardest thing to imagine right now.”

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar6 December 2022 08:30


The victim’s mother drops out at a police investigation

Cara Denise Northington, Xana Kernodle’s mother, has broken her silence three weeks after her daughter’s death.

“There’s a lot more that can be done that hasn’t been done,” she told NewsNation in relation to the police investigation which has so far raised no suspicions.

The Independent the story is:

Andrea Blanco6 December 2022 08:00


The victim’s boyfriend speaks publicly for the first time since the murder

The boyfriend of University of Idaho student Madison Mogen has spoken publicly about his partner’s death, weeks after four victims were fatally shot at an off-campus home in Moscow.

Jake Schriger, who knew the four students, spoke at a vigil held in Post Falls on Friday. “None of these people deserved this,” he said at the service.

Mr Schriger said: “She was the first person I spoke to every morning and the last person I spoke to before bed.”

“She was the person I liked the most.”

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar6 December 2022 07:30


A timeline of the victims’ final hours

Despite more details becoming available in the two weeks since the murders, key parts of what happened in the early morning of November 13 are still missing.

The police revealed the last steps of the victims, but the timeline becomes blurred as the second part of the night of the murders progresses.

The two walked straight down Main Street to a red brick building that used to host the now defunct Garden Lounge; favorite food truck, Grub Wandering Kitchen – nicknamed the Grub Truck by many local fans – often parks outside on Main Street.

Goncalves and Mogen ordered, laughed and chatted with friends while getting their pasta carbonara; According to police, they got a lift home from a “private party” and returned to King Road at around 1.56am.

Kernodle and Chapin returned to King’s Road at around 1.45am. The young couple went to a party across the road at Sigma Chi.

The two other roommates at King Road – who have not yet been named by authorities – got home first, around 1am, and fell asleep, according to police.

Mogen and Goncalves made multiple calls to the same number about an hour after they got home.

Goncalves’ sister said the unanswered calls to her ex-boyfriend, who had dated her sister for years before they split amicably, were still being shared by a dog named Murphy. He has been ruled out as a suspect.

The authorities believe that the killers of Chapin, Kernodle, Goncalves and Mogen met between 3am and 4am.

Their bodies were not discovered until nearly nine hours later, around noon on November 13.

(AP/Datawrapper/Moscow City Police Department)

Andrea Blanco6 December 2022 07:00


Former Idaho governor defends police

Former lieutenant governor Dave Leroy defended law enforcement after the parents of the four University of Idaho students killed in Moscow criticized police for “withholding” information.

Mr Leroy praised the authorities for not committing the “cardinal sin” of releasing information that could jeopardize the investigation.

“I understand that today’s comments were very small, but the police have not committed the cardinal sin here,” he told Fox News.

“They haven’t said anything or done anything that interferes with the ongoing investigation. I think it’s important to pull together and understand the complexity of this situation.”

Three weeks after the murder of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, the police still have no suspects.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar6 December 2022 06:30


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