Moscow, Idaho – According to Team Idaho Property Management Supervisor Merida McClanahan, the home where four University of Idaho students were killed on Nov. 13, located off campus near the university’s Greek Row Homes, was closed to the victims and their families on June 5. The roommate was rented out.
The victims were Ethan Chapin, 20; Xana Kernodle, 20; Madison Mogul, 21; and Kelly Goncalves, 21, were stabbed to death around 3 or 4 a.m. on Nov. 13 after they returned home around 1:45 that evening, according to investigators.
Two additional roommates inside the home the night of the killing were unharmed in what police are calling an “isolated, targeted” incident.
McClenahan told Fox News Digital that the residence is a three-story, six-bed, three-bath, single-family home that is often rented out by students in the area.
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There are two bedrooms and one bathroom on each floor. Upon entering through the door on the first floor, visitors are immediately faced with the bathroom and furnace room, and to the right and left of the entryway are two bedrooms.
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Stairs lead to the second floor, where there are two more bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room and a kitchen. A sliding glass door is also attached to the kitchen, which is accessible from the ground, as the house was built on a hill in the backyard.
More stairs lead to the third floor, where there are two more bedrooms, a bathroom, and a hallway. Each bedroom has about 20 feet of space between them, McClanahan explained. There is a third door attached to the third bedroom which leads to the balcony and is only accessible through the third bedroom.
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The property manager said she often gets unannounced property visits from student tenants at company properties near campus, and sometimes when they’re in their rooms wearing headphones while studying. They do not listen.
Moscow Police Department Chief James Fry said during a press conference Wednesday that there were no signs of forced entry when he initially responded to a report of an unconscious person at 11:58 a.m. on Nov. 13. Did and on reaching there found the four deceased students. .
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Xana Kernodle’s father, Jeffrey Kernodle, told 3 TV/CBS 5 the front door of the home had a lock with a number code.
“Every time you go, you have to go around the house because of the number code so they either know that or they go and maybe find the slider door open,” Kernodle told the outlet. Told Lett.
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Neighbors said they heard some noise from the house the night of the murder, but that it was not unusual to hear noise from the residence because the street is known for hosting student parties.
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Very Students left the campus. After the tragedy before Thanksgiving break.
Authorities are asking anyone with information about the killings or the whereabouts of the victims the night before the attack to contact Moscow police at 208-883-7054.