The victims’ roommates have been excluded as suspects in the police investigation into the brutal killings of four University of Idaho students.
The Moscow Police Department issued a press release stating that “at this point in the investigation, detectives do not believe any individual at the residence, when 911 was called, is involved in this crime.”
Police made the announcement shortly after it became known that four students were fatally stabbed at their residence close to the University of Idaho by an unidentified person. The names of the four victims have been released by the police: Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, and Kaylee Goncalves. “Detectives think the two surviving roommates had been out separately on November 12th in the Moscow neighborhood but had arrived home by one in the morning. the 13th of November. Later that morning, the two finally got out of bed, according to the press release.
Police report that no suspects have been named as of yet, and neither a weapon nor a residence’s location have been searched.