University of Idaho Murders – Some Question if Reported Disturbance Outside of Frat Is Related to Killings


Moscow police responded to a report about disturbances at a fraternity house near the residence where four University of Idaho students were killed.

Police were rushed to the scene by a mysterious call at 3 a.m., when Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen, Xana Knodle, and Ethan Chapin were stabbed.

The police logs of the night show that officers responded to an offense of alcohol in a field outside Sigma Chi fraternity. This is just a short distance from the house later classified as a crime scene. Investigators believe the murders took place at the same time as the call was received at 3:01 AM.

Images of the house where Chapin, Mogen and Kernodle were killed are featured on Daily Mail Online. A neon sign reading, “Good Vibes,”You can see them, which serves as a reminder of happy times within the house.

Investigators have also revealed there was a sixth roommate who lived in the house who wasn’t home that night. “Detectives are aware of a sixth person listed on the lease at the residence but do not believe that individual was present during the incident,”According to a statement from Moscow Police

But the overall lack of progress in the case is frustrating to many, including the Goncalves’s father.

“I don’t know how you catch a criminal if you don’t even know what you’re looking for,”He stated. “It’s going to be a cold case if we don’t do something within the next week or two.”


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