Besides the two surviving roommates, there were additional persons in the house that housed four University of Idaho students.At the time of the 911 call, police said Sunday. According to Moscow Police Chief James Fry, the 911 call was made using one of his roommates’ phones, but he did not verify the identity of the caller.
Police said Sunday they did not believe the man who was in the home when 911 was called was the killer..
sunday fly said Police don’t know exactly how many people were in the house when 911 was called, but there were “other friends who arrived at the location.” It didn’t say when they arrived.
After the press conference, Moscow police said: Statement on Facebook One of the victims passed out and thought he hadn’t woken up, so “a surviving roommate summoned a friend to the residence,” he said. Several people spoke with his 911 dispatcher, police wrote.
All four victims were fraternity and sorority members. Madison Morgen, 21, of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and Cary Gonsalves, 21, of Rathdrum, Idaho. Zana Carnoldle, 20, from Post Falls, Idaho. Freshman Ethan Chapin (20) from Mount Vernon, Washington. The women were roommates and Chapin was dating Carnoldle.
Police say Chapin and Kernodle were at the Sigma Chi House on the University of Idaho campus and returned home around 1:45 am on November 13.Stop at food truck and return home around 1:45am
Police said on Saturday that the two surviving roommates went out separately in Moscow at midnight on November 12, and both returned home by 1 a.m. on November 13.
The body was found around noon on Sunday, November 13th.
Moscow police previously said that at 11:58 am a police officer answered a call to 911 regarding an “unconscious person”. Police arrived and on his second and third floors of the house he found all four victims dead.
Police on Sunday also said another person seen in the video of Morgen and Gonsalves at the food truck, and the “third party” who took the two home, were not involved in the killings.
Morgen and Gonsalves also made multiple calls to a man police did not identify.
according to moscow policethe coroner said all four victims were likely asleep, some had defensive wounds, and each had been stabbed multiple times. Police said there were no signs of sexual assault. rice field.
Police said the two surviving roommates were still sleeping after being stabbed.
Capt. Roger Lanier said Sunday that police had previously seized the contents of three trash cans at the crime scene, but “nothing of note was found.”
Investigators had also asked local businesses if they recently sold fixed-blade knives, police said Sunday.
A murder has rocked Moscow, the Panhandle town of 25,000 in Idaho that last witnessed a murder nearly five years ago. The leafy college town is about 80 miles south of Spokane, Washington.
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