Idaho Students Murder Update: Police Dig into Late Couple Ethan and Xana’s Activities Before Murder


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Idaho police say they are now looking for more information on the earlier movements of two of the college students killed in a quadruple homicide last month, and they deny telling victim Kaylee Goncalves’ family that her injuries were ‘more brutal’ than those of the other victims. Being able to pinpoint what they did that night, as well as who they contacted and any routes they took home, would be beneficial to the investigation.

Three weeks after the murders, there is still a nearly five-hour gap between the time Kernodle and Chapin were at the frat house party and the time they returned to student house. The Moscow Police Department said on Monday that it is investigating the movements of victims Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle, who visited Ethan’s fraternity house hours before the murders.

Madison Mogen, left, and Kaylee Goncalves were among the four University of Idaho homicide victims Instagram

Ethan and Xana are believed to have visited the Sigma Chi house on the University of Idaho campus from about 9 p.m. on November 12 until about 1.45 a.m., when they returned to Xana’s off-campus home, which is only a short walk away. That appears to be one of the larger areas in which they don’t have a lot of information, Aaron Snell, communications director for Idaho State Police told Good Morning America.

Ethan and Xana were stabbed to death in the home they shared with Xana’s roommates Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen, both 21, most likely while they were sleeping. There are still no suspects and no murder weapon, according to police. Earlier public appeals focused on Kaylee and Madison’s activities the night of the murders, which included visits to a sports bar and a food truck.

Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen were two of the students found dead in a suspected homicide ( Image: Instagram)

Meanwhile, tensions between investigators and victims’ families, who have expressed frustration over the failure to identify a suspect, have risen. Kaylee’s father, Steven, previously revealed that police told him her injuries were worse than those of the other victims, but he did not elaborate.


However, they said that they believed speculation and unvetted information were a disservice to the victims, their families, and the community, it went on, echoing a refrain from previous statements as the small-town department in charge of the investigation has come under fire. The Moscow Police Department stated that they were committed to providing information whenever possible, but not at the expense of jeopardizing the investigation and prosecution.

Ethan Chapin, left, and Xana Kernodle, were among the four University of Idaho students killed on Sunday Instagram

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