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Creepy New Details Emerge in Investigation of Murders at University of Idaho

Creepy New Details Emerge in Investigation of Murders at University of Idaho

“It’s ok, I’m going to help you.”

This is like something straight out of a horror movie. Read this to the end.

From the Insider:

A roommate of the 4 slain University of Idaho students heard crying and saw a masked man as he fled the scene, police say in a newly filed affidavit

One of the roommates of three of the four University of Idaho students that were stabbed to death in their home in November said she saw a man fleeing the scene, according to an affidavit explaining charges against the suspect released by prosecutors in Moscow, Idaho, Thursday.

According to the affidavit, the home in which the victims were found was shared by five girls: 21-year-olds Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves and 20-year-old Xana Kernodle — three of the four victims — and two additional roommates who spoke to police to give their accounts of that night.

The fourth victim, 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, was a guest of Kernodle’s the night they were killed.

Both of the surviving roommates told police they estimated the other four occupants of the house were home by 2 am local time on November 13 after a night out near campus, the affidavit said. The roommates told police that they were all asleep, or at least in their rooms, by 4 am. local time, except for Kernodle, who received a DoorDash order around that time, the affidavit said.

One of the roommates told police she was asleep in her second-floor bedroom before 4 am. and woke up to the sound of what she assumed was Goncalves playing with her dog in her third-floor bedroom.

The roommate said she thought she heard Goncalves say “there’s someone here,” but was unsure as phone records obtained by police show that Kernodle was on TikTok at 4:12 am, and the roommate could have heard noises from her phone, the affidavit said.At that point, the roommate opened her bedroom door to look outside but did not see anything, the affidavit said.

She told police that she opened her door and looked outside a second time when she heard crying coming from Kernodle’s room. She told police she also heard a male voice say, “It’s ok, I’m going to help you.”

A nearby security camera picked up the sounds of crying, a dog barking, and a “loud thud” at 4:17 am, the affidavit said.

The roommate then opened her bedroom door a third time and saw “a figure clad in black clothing and a mask that covered the person’s mouth and nose walking towards her,” according to the affidavit.


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So, then, they really should be looking for someone in government.

amatuerwrangler | January 8, 2023 at 3:29 pm

The whole affidavit for the arrest warrant is on the Idaho court web site.
Space down the page to this case. They items are individual hot links.

The affidavit gives the full account of the investigation leading to the perpetrator. Warning: boring legal-oriented material.