Idaho College Murders: Investigation At House Ending Soon

December 3, 2022

Police in Moscow, Idaho have not made progress on a suspect or motive in the gruesome recent quadruple homicide there.

"Idaho police are wrapping up their canvass of the rental home where four college students were stabbed to death more than two weeks ago," reported Fox News, and Idaho State University communications director added:

The collection of evidence at the house is coming to a conclusion. It’s a very complex crime scene, and we’re doing a very thorough investigation.

Snell was asked if police would be releasing the crime scene. "I don’t know what the timeline is," he said. "I know there are conversations and discussions about how that may work. I’m just not sure when."

"Five cars were towed from the property Tuesday night to be stored and processed for evidence after several inches of snow had settled on the vehicles. Police did disclose who owned each of the cars," Fox News reported.

"The Moscow Police Department, the Idaho State Police and the FBI have been combing the three-story home for evidence after the baffling Nov. 13 murders of University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin, 20; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Madison Mogen, 21," reported Fox.

Investigators have been painstakingly processing the blood-soaked scene for 17 days.

Kaylee's father, Steve Goncalves said that the killer "made a mess."

Additionally, police noted that they are still unsure if there was more than one assailant.