Two of the 4 Slain Idaho Students Made Frantic Calls to Friend Before Murders

Two of the 4 Slain Idaho Students Made Frantic Calls to Friend Before Murders

University of Idaho Murders
Two Slain Students are Frantically Called Friend …
Just Before All 4 Were Murdered

11/19/2022 9: 25 AM PT

Two of four University of Idaho students were killed in a series of panicked phone calls to a friend before the massacre, according to one of their relatives.

Kaylee Goncalves, 21, was found butchered with Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, and his girlfriend, Xana Kernodle, 20, following Sunday’s savage attack inside an off campus residence in Moscow, Idaho. The killers/killers are still unknown and are at large.

Kaylee’s sister, Alivea, sat down Friday with “Inside Edition” and revealed her sibling placed 6 CALLS to a pal named “Jack” between 2: 26 am and 2: 44 am. Kaylee called Jack three times before Kaylee gave it another shot. Jack did not answer.

Friday also saw the Moscow Police Department and Latah County Coroner release new details about the probe. Each victim was stabbed multiple times as they awoke. Some of them had defensive wounds. None of them were sexually assaulted.

Police believes the two surviving roommates were not involved in the slayings, and were also asleep at the time. Luckily, the pair escaped unharmed, but they did not call 911 for whatever reason. The name of the 911 caller — who phoned police 9 hours AFTER the murders — has not been publicly released.

As we reported, investigators believe that the attack was targeted but have not identified a motive. They have been searching high and low for the murder weapon — a combat knife similar to the one used by Sylvester Stallone‘s character, Rambo, in the ’80s film, “First Blood. ”

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