Idaho murders: Police shed light on sixth person listed on lease at Moscow home
MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho police say they do not believe the sixth roommate of the University of Idaho students slain earlier this month was involved in the quadruple homicide, which remains unsolved after 19 days.
The Moscow Police Department revealed Thursday that a sixth person was listed on the lease at 1122 King Road, which has been considered a crime scene since the November 13 bloodshed.
The Friday afternoon press release further stated that detectives "do not believe this person has any involvement in the murders."
UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO STUDENTS KILLED: A TIMELINE OF EVENTSThree of the building’s tenants, Xana Kernodle, 20, and 21-year-olds Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen, were among those found killed just before noon on November 13, police said.
The residence was located just a block from the University of Idaho campus perimeter, and within eyeshot of some fraternity houses.
MOSCOW, IDAHO, POLICE CHIEF DISMISSES QUADRUPLE MURDERS TURNING TO COLD CASE: ‘WE’RE GOING TO SOLVE THIS'Two other roommates were on the bottom floor of the home at the time and survived.
According to authorities, Moscow Police officers responded around 11:58 a.m. to a report of an "unconscious person" at the address, but several people had gathered at the crime scene by the time police arrived, officials said.
Police have since towed five vehicles from the King Road home, and said they are in talks about when and how they will release the crime scene.
On Wednesday, Idaho State Police Communications Director Aaron Snell said all of the vehicles that were towed from the home were previously searched and are "still part of the crime scene" and the ongoing search warrant.
All five have been moved to the City of Moscow Maintenance Shop, where police can access them if the need arises.
Police have said they have collected 113 pieces of "physical evidence" and captured about 4,000 photos of the crime scene.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPAuthorities have also created a dedicated webpage related to the King Road attack.