Newly released body camera footage shows authorities earlier responding to a violent party at an off-campus home where four University of Idaho students were murdered on Nov. 13, and calling one of the victims. It became clear that we talked about
A video obtained by the true crime YouTube channel Truth & Transparency shows Moscow police officers addressing noise complaints at 1122 King Road on the night of September 1, 2022.
After knocking on the door for about 10 minutes, police officers were greeted by a rowdy group of young people, one of whom informed them that the occupants were not home.
“They left and went to another party,” the man told the frustrated police officer, adding Madison Morgen, 21, Cary Goncalves, 21, Xana Carnodol, 20, and others. You seem to be referring to two housemates.
Morgen, Gonsalves, Carnoldl, and Carnoldl’s boyfriend Ethan Chapin, 20, were found stabbed to death in their King Road home on November 13, just over two months later. I was unharmed.
After a tense moment when the police demand the students to stop [playing] game’, they manage to contact Morgen.
Speaking to one of the officers on the phone, Morgen, who identifies himself as “Maddy,” can be heard saying, “I’m so sorry” for the inconvenience.
“I’m just annoyed,” she tells the officer.
It’s unclear where Morgen was when she got the call, but officers advised her to “just go home.”
Bodycam footage from September is the latest twist in a slow-moving case, with investigators struggling to find a suspect more than a month after the shocking killing. Earlier this week, police were photographed inspecting the King Road property in a snowstorm.
On Monday, Moscow police said they had received 10,000 pieces of information they hoped would identify the perpetrators.
“We are looking at all these hints and we are looking to see if there are any individuals who are looking at these tips and any evidence that could be linked to this case,” said Commissioner James Fry. Interview of the week.
In the immediate aftermath of the killing, neighbors in the bustling college district remembered the King Road mansion as a “party house.”
“There were a lot of people coming in and out of that house pretty frequently,” Jeremy Reagan, a law student who lived close to the victim, told reporters at the time.