A POSSIBLE lead has been uncovered in the murder of four Idaho college students when a victim’s father outwardly questions his daughter’s “death drugs.”
University of Idaho students were brutally stabbed to death at their home off campus in Moscow, Idaho, three weeks ago.
Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20, along with Xana’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20, were murdered early in the morning of November 13, police believe.
The bloody crime scene has been maintained since the killings took place while police continue to search for a suspect and motive, among other unknown answers.
Police have yet to release much information about the case to the victims’ families, Moscow residents and the wider community – leaving everyone anxious on shreds of possible evidence.
Fox News Digital has gotten its hands on photos taken outside the crime scene. The pictures look into the windows of the house and show the interior of several rooms.
Evidence tape appears to be attached to a window and there is a handprint nearby, the outlet reported.
The house is incredibly untouched. In the kitchen there is a bag of red Solo mugs and unwashed dishes, as the photos show.
According to the outlet, the words “No network detected” appeared on the TV screen in one of the rooms.
Ted Williams, a former Washington DC homicide detective and Fox News contributor, told the outlet that the killer may have touched walls or parts of the house, which would leave evidence.
“I would have to believe, as I said before, that they or their clothing were very bloody and certainly they would have been kicking through blood,” Williams said.
“So maybe they would have liked to touch a wall or other parts of the house.
He added: “And this and that is information that would be evidence for the investigation here to find out who killed his people.”
However, the police have yet to confirm this.
According to Williams, the cops taped up everything where there might be possible evidence.
“When they’re scrubbing a crime scene, they’re going to put evidence tape wherever they think there’s evidence, and they’re going to be the ones collecting that evidence,” he said.
“They’re going to try to rule it out or rule it out as part of the crime scene.”
“Deaths don’t mix”
Meanwhile, Kaylee’s parents claim the victims’ causes of death are not consistent.
Steven Goncalves, Kaylee’s father, who previously released details of his daughter’s death, told Fox News on Saturday, “I’ll get to the point — her causes of death do not match.”
Lawrence Jones, the interviewer, asked Steven if he was specifically talking about his daughter’s and Madison’s deaths, to which the father replied, “They’re not compatible.”
“Their damage points don’t match,” he added.
“I’ll just say it. It wasn’t leaked to me. I deserve it. I paid for this funeral. … I sent my daughter to college. She came back in a box and I can talk about it. “
Steven also claimed that Kaylee and Madison were sleeping in the same bed when they were attacked.
Kristi Goncalves, Kaylee’s mother, told NewsNation Thursday that she believes police released some people “very quickly” during their investigation into the murders.
“We just don’t have any information as a family. And it’s tough day after day after day,” Kristi told Fox News.
“I mean, every day you just wake up and you’re like, ‘Today is the day we’re going to hear something,’ and you see this, ‘Oh, there’s a pause on this case,’ and it just becomes something stupid be .”
The US Sun reached out to the Moscow Police Department for comment and further updates, but no response had been received as of the time of publication.
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