National – Man arrested for quadruple murder on Idaho campus

MOSCOW, Idaho. On Friday, December 30, at 13:00, the Moscow Police Department will hold a press conference in the City Council meeting room at 3rd Street, 206, Moscow Mayor’s Office, dedicated to the four brutal murders of college students.

Police Chief James Fry will provide an update on the ongoing investigation into the quadruple homicide that took place at 1122 King Road on Sunday, November 13th. present time.

According to the police department, the suspect was arrested in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, they will release this information soon.

The Moscow Police Department is providing the following information to inform the public of known facts related to the four murders that took place on November 13 in Moscow, Idaho.

On the evening of November 12, Kaley Gonsalves and Madison Mogen were at a local bar called The Corner Club at 202 N. Main Street, in the center of Moscow, from 10:00 pm to 1:30 am on November 13. At around 1:40 a.m., Kaylee and Madison were seen on video at a local food vendor called “Grub Truck” at 318 S. Main Street and used a private party to drive home from downtown to get to their residence on King Road. 1122. at 1:45 a.m. Investigators determined that Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were seen at Sigma Chi’s home on the University of Idaho campus at 735 Nez Perce Drive. At around 1:45 a.m., Ethan and Xana are believed to have returned to the residence at 1122 King Road. It was previously reported that Ethan resided in the house; however, it was determined that he was only visiting.

Two other roommates were in the house that night.

On November 13 at 11:58 a.m., officers arrived at the house after an unconscious man was reported by telephone to the emergency services. Upon arrival, the officers found Kaylie, Madison, Xana, and Ethan dead in the house.

An autopsy was performed on 17 November. The Lata County coroner confirmed the identity of the four killed and the cause and manner of their death as stabbing homicide. The coroner stated that four of the victims were likely asleep, some had defensive wounds, and each received multiple stab wounds. There were no signs of sexual abuse.

At this point in the investigation, detectives do not believe that the two surviving roommates or the man in the Grub Truck security camera footage were involved in this crime. In addition, online reports of victims being tied up and gagged are untrue. The identity of the 911 caller has not been released. As part of the investigation, detectives seized the contents of three trash cans on King Road to look for possible clues. In addition, detectives contacted local businesses to find out if a fixed-blade knife had been recently purchased.

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