Incompetent Idaho Cops Now Point Back To Dismissed Theory, They Continue To Screw Up

Idaho police have recently released information involving an incident at a local business that may have pointed to a stalker that Kaylee Goncalves mentioned to her friends and family just a month before she was stabbed to death in her apartment.

In an update on Monday afternoon, police stated that they looked into the possibility that Goncalves had a stalker. This comes as Police have yet to find a suspect, a murder weapon, or even a motive in the weeks after four University of Idaho students were murdered at their off-campus apartment on November 13.

Police stated that in mid-October, two males appeared to follow Goncalves inside a local business and then followed her out to her car, however, it is reported that they made no contact.

After interviewing the two males, police determined that they were not involved in the murders.

Idaho police now say there was an incident at a local business which involved the stalker Kaylee Goncalves mentioned just a month before she was stabbed to death in her home. They also revealed that Murphy, her dog, was inside the home but did not have any evidence on him 

In the interview, the Police determined that both of the males were attempting to meet women at the business, which was later corroborated through additional investigation.

Four weeks after the horrific murders, very few answers have been revealed.

Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, their roommate Xana Kernodle, 20, and her boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20, were stabbed to death on November 13.

Kaylee and Madison were sleeping on the third floor, and Xana and Ethan were on the second floor. Police stated that the killer entered the house through a sliding glass door on the second floor, which was level with the backyard.

Two other roommates were sleeping on the first floor of the house but were unharmed and unaware of the attack.

Kaylee and Madison were found on the top floor of the Moscow, Idaho home. Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were found in a second-floor bedroom while survivors Dylan Mortensen and Bethany Funke were sleeping on the first floor.

The update on Monday stated, “We have not changed our belief that the murders were a targeted attack. However, investigators have not concluded if the target was the residence or its occupants.”

Daily Mail


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