According to the sister of one of the victims, two of the four slain students at the University of Idaho called a mysterious man ten times shortly before their deaths. Kaylee Goncalves made the call on November 13 at 2:30 a.m., according to her sister Alivea, who spoke to Inside Edition on Friday.
Between 2.26 a.m. and 2.44 a.m., Kaylee called [the man] six times. At 2:52 a.m., Kaylee called him one last time,” Alivea said.Alivea reported that Madison Mogen called the same unknown number three times between 2:44 and 2:52 a.m.
The Post redacted the man’s name because he was not identified as a suspect by law enforcement. Gonsalves, 21, Say, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were discovered dead in their Moscow, Idaho, home.
Police believe the “isolated, targeted” murder occurred between 3 and 4 a.m. on Sunday, with the coroner stating that the victim was “probably asleep” at the time of her death. Nearly a week after the murder, no signs of forced entry were discovered at the residence, no arrests were made, and no suspects were identified publicly.
Two additional roommates were present at the time of the murder, but police do not consider them suspects. Ethan and Shana attended a fraternity party, while Kelly and Maddie visited a club and a food truck before returning home at 1:45 a.m., according to the police.
Knodel’s father blasted authorities for covering up the investigation in an interview with The Independent on Friday, claiming the FBI “didn’t say anything” about his “worst nightmare.” “How can one safeguard a child?” You prevent her from going to college? According to Jeffrey Knodel, “they don’t stay at home like this.”