New Video Emerges From the Idaho College Murder

New Video Emerges From the Idaho College Murder

( – When four University of Idaho students came up dead in mid-November, authorities quickly got to work to find their killer. But even after over a month of investigation, they still don’t have a suspect. A new video that has emerged from prior to the slaying might lend police some clues.

A recently released video, uploaded to YouTube by the “Truth and Transparency” channel and reported about by the New York Post, shows officers had visited the house where the brutal murders took place about two and a half months before the four students were found dead. On September 1, police in Moscow, Idaho responded to a noise complaint just before 9 p.m. When officers arrived, they knocked and waited for several minutes before someone answered the door.

Body cam footage shows that when someone finally responded, they told the officers the residents of the 1122 King Road home weren’t there, adding they were at a different party. Police spoke with Madison Mogen, one of the four victims, on the phone. The 21-year-old apologized to the officers and declared she was frustrated. Authorities encouraged her to go home due to the strangers in her house to ensure the partygoers did quiet down.

According to Ted Williams, a former homicide detective in Washington, DC who spoke with Fox News, the house was considered a place to party. Williams explained that meant there were a lot of people constantly going in and out of the home. The former detective noted it could explain why authorities are having such a hard time narrowing down its list of suspects, citing all the DNA and other physical evidence at the scene.

More than 10,000 tips have come to police regarding the slaying. One has authorities searching for a white Hyundai Elantra, model year 2011-2013. A witness saw the vehicle near the scene of the crime on November 13, the night someone brutally stabbed Mogen, Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, and Xana Kernodle.

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