The people of Moscow are still in shock after four people were killed early on Sunday near the University of Idaho campus. Everything is made harder by the fact that there is still no one to blame.
Police said they are looking into any information that could help them find out who did the crime at a house on King Road. James Fry, the head of police in Moscow, says that investigators are trying to piece together what the victims did the night before they were killed and find out who was in touch with them.
Fry said at a news conference on Wednesday, “Investigators are trying to put together a timeline of important events.” Fry says that a timeline and evidence at the scene can help find the person who did something wrong.
Madison Mogen, 21, from Coeur d’Alene, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, from Rathdrum, were both seniors at the University of Idaho. Xana Kernodle, 20, from Post Falls, was a junior, and Ethan Chapin, 20, from Mount Vernon, Washington, was a freshman.
Kernodle, Mogen, and Goncalves lived with at least two other people who are still alive in the King Road house. Chapin spent the night at Kernodle’s house. The Idaho Statesman has made a timeline of what Fry, other officials, family members, and other reliable people have said so far.
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