University of Idaho victim Kaylee Goncalves may have had a stalker, according to police in Moscow, Idaho.IDAHO MURDERS: FORMER FIRST-FLOOR TENANT OF MOSCOW HOME SAYS HE COULDN'T HEAR ACTIVITY FROM OTHER FLOORS.
Kaylee Goncalves, one of four University of Idaho students found murdered in a home near campus.Detectives with the Moscow Police Department, which is handling the investigation into the murders with help from local and federal authorities, "do not believe the following are involved in this crime" at this time: the victims' two surviving roommates who lived on the first floor of the house where the attack occurred, a man seen in video footage from a food truck Goncalves and Mogen ordered from early on the morning Nov.
13, a private party who drove the two young women home around 1:45 a.m., a man Goncalves and Mogen called multiple times in the early morning hours of Nov.MOSCOW, IDAHO, POLICE CHIEF DISMISSES QUADRUPLE MURDERS TURNING TO COLD CASE: ‘WE’RE GOING TO SOLVE THIS'.
That doesn't mean [police] can't change their mind and turn around and arrest somebody," former New York City Police Department Det.IDAHO COLLEGE MURDERS: KAYLEE GONCALVES' DAD HAS ‘INKLING’ ABOUT VICTIMS' ‘DIFFERING BEHAVIOR’ BEFORE ATTACK.
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A photo of Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves, who were killed with two other University of Idaho studentsMoscow Police have continued to describe the brutal murders as "an isolated, targeted attack." University of Idaho students who left campus for Thanksgiving break were given the option to stay home and learn remotely instead of returning to campus with a suspect still on the run