“The six-bedroom rental home was once a staple in the university’s Greek Life scene”
This is for the best. Who would want to live there now?
FOX News reports:
Crews enter University of Idaho students’ home slated for demolition after quadruple stabbing murder
Work crews were photographed entering and exiting the King Road home Tuesday where four University of Idaho students were killed in a 4 a.m. home invasion on Nov. 13, 2022.
The six-bedroom rental home was once a staple in the university’s Greek Life scene, situated near a row of fraternity and sorority houses, which are all on school property.
It was slated for demolition after the victims’ landlord donated the property to the school, which plans to erect a memorial garden somewhere on campus that has not yet been made public.
“We are beginning to prep the house by removing all the personal items for families to claim, if they wish,” the University of Idaho’s senior director of communications, Jodi Walker, told Fox News Digital Tuesday. “This will take a couple weeks.”
Trucks pictured outside the home Tuesday were labeled “Disaster Response” on the side and appeared to be from the same company that had previously planned to clear out the interior before a court ordered prosecutors to keep the crime scene intact pending a visit from defense investigators on Dec. 30.
Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle all died from multiple stab wounds, according to the Latah County coroner, Cathy Mabbutt. Some of them may have been sleeping at the start of the brutal attack.
The house has been under 24-hour surveillance for more than six months, and authorities eventually boarded up the windows and installed temporary fencing around the property.
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