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Police have ruled out several suspects in the brutal slayings of four University of Idaho students in their own homes, but are still investigating claims that one of them may have had a stalker.
Idaho State Police said during their interview they learned Kaylee Goncalves made comments about a possible stalker.
Although they thoroughly investigated the allegations and could not support them, Colonel Kedrick Willis of the Idaho State Police cautioned: “We haven’t looked into that piece of information.”
Kylie, 21, along with Ethan Chapin, 20, Janna Karnodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21, were stabbed to death in the early morning hours of Nov. 13 at their off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho.
Police said the four were probably sleeping on the second and third floors of the house at the time. Two of their roommates and one of the roommates’ dogs were saved from the killer.
Capt. Roger Lanier said Moscow police do not believe the surviving roommates were involved in the killings. He also ruled out Kylie’s ex-boyfriend, Jacques DeCour, as a suspect.
Lanier also reiterated that a man seen on security footage near the victims in a food truck the night they died has also been denied.
Authorities have not yet named a suspect or a motive for the early morning killings. Lanier said detectives are still looking for the fixed-blade knife used in the killing.
He also clarified that the FBI has dedicated 22 agents to Moscow and another 20 further afield, as well as two profilers, and the Idaho State Police has 20 investigators on the case.
Idaho State Police Col. Kedrick Willis said they collected 103 separate pieces of evidence and took 4,000 photos at the crime scene.
Police also denied who spoke to the dispatcher when the 911 call was made around noon on Nov. 13 — the surviving roommates had joined friends at the property before police arrived.
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Police rule out suspects in University of Idaho slaying – but still investigating ‘stalker’ claims
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