New details revealed on Idaho college students death: Neighbors confessed the location as “Party House”


New details revealed on Idaho college students death: Neighbors confessed the location as "Party House"

A neighbor of the University of Idaho students who were killed refers to the crime site as a “party house” Learn more about new details revealed on Idaho college students’ death in this article below.

Police learned fresh details about the Idaho murder

No suspects have been named more than a week after four University of Idaho students were fatally stabbed in a Moscow home, but police have provided some fresh information on the 911 call that initially alerted authorities to the site on November 13.

The two surviving roommates at the King Road home where the crime was committed allegedly called friends because they thought one of the victims on the second floor had passed out and was not awakening.

On one of the roommates’ cellphones, a 911 call was placed at 11:58 a.m. asking for assistance for an unconscious person. The call was placed from the house.

The Moscow Police said in a statement that before an officer arrived at the scene, “several people spoke with the 911 dispatcher.”

The four victims were discovered on the second and third levels of the house when officers entered. The stabbing deaths of Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen, and Kaylee Goncalves are believed to be unrelated to anyone who was inside the home at the time the 911 call was made, according to the police.

Police have eliminated multiple suspects over the last few days. According to the statement, “Detectives are aware of a Latah County Sheriff’s Office incident involving the report of a skinned dog and have concluded it is unconnected to this event.” “For more information, contact the Latah County Sheriff’s Office.”

Authorities intend to hold a news conference at the UI ICCU Arena on Wednesday at 1 pm to discuss the matter. You may watch it live on youtube/bXEo-AMZbkg.

Moscow Police Chief James Fry stated during a press conference on Sunday that investigators are searching “anywhere that evidence would lead us” in their quest for a culprit. He was unable to confirm if the murderer was still in Moscow or somewhere else.

Some students will decide to finish the autumn semester online until the suspect is in custody, according to UI President Scott Green, while others wish to return to campus. Teachers were asked by the university to prepare for both groups of pupils. This week, he stated, the official policy of the school will be revealed. In Mount Vernon, Washington, a funeral service for Chapin was performed on Monday.

A split photo showing the school and the victims, including University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin, 20; Xana Kernodle, 20; Madison Mogen, 21; and Kaylee Goncalves, 21. (Derek Shook for Fox News Digital/Jazzmin Kernodle via AP/ Instagram/ @kayleegoncalves)

Neighbors statement

A neighbor next door characterizes the mystery surrounding the recent slayings of four University of Idaho students as “like something out of a movie.”

Eight days after someone fatally stabbed Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin inside their home close to the school’s campus in Moscow, Idaho, police still have no leads, no leads, and no motivation. Some neighbors who were still in town on Monday recalled the night of the murders, which took place sometime between 3 and 4 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 13.

Most locals have returned home for the Thanksgiving holiday. Reagan claimed that he could “throw a baseball” from his front door to the victims’ home because it is so nearby. Dakota Sparks and Heather Tetwiler, a couple, also reside not far from the crime scene.

Sparks stated, “I left for work at 11:45 (in the morning). “The previous night, I experienced neither sight nor sound. I stayed up till two in the morning and never once heard anything.”

According to the police, Goncalves and Mogen went home at 1:45 a.m. after obtaining food from a food truck and taking a ride from a “private party.” Around that time, Kernodle and her boyfriend Chapin came home from a fraternity party at the Sigma Chi house, which was only 1.5 miles away.

By one in the morning, investigators claim two other housemates were already in the house dozing. Ten hours after the victims came home and seven to eight hours after police believe they were killed, a 911 call didn’t come in until 11:58 on Sunday morning.

One of the surviving housemates’ cell phones made the call. Tetwiler claimed, “I was at work and all I heard about was the ‘unconscious person.” Then, until I got home and heard the cameras clicking, I didn’t realize it was more serious.

Police have named the four victims of an apparent quadruple homicide at the University of Idaho as Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle and Kaylee GonCalves.  (Moscow City Police Department/Instagram)


What is unknown about the brutal killings of four university students in Idaho?

There were a few loud parties, he remarked. “I used to simply be strolling past when I noticed individuals in the windows virtually every night, possibly four or five evenings a week, as I took my dog in and out to use the restroom. There were numerous persons who entered and exited that house constantly.”

However, according to the neighbor’s Fox News spoke with, the victims were polite and engaged in social activities that were typical of a college campus.




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