911 calls in Idaho college town include reports of 'blood,' 'unusual circumstances'

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The small town of Moscow, Idaho, received a spate of calls last week reporting suspicious activity and requesting social assistance after four University of Idaho students were brutally stabbed to death at a home near campus, according to recently released 911 call logs .
The owner of the Sud Zee Laundromat dialed 911 on November 23 to report a "mark on the pillar inside that looks like blood." An officer replied but did not take a report.
A woman called the police at 6:14 p.m. two days later. to report that "someone keeps shining a light in her window" and that an unknown person has repeatedly banged on her door over the past week.
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The police responded but did not take any report, the record says.
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A total of 77 calls were received from November 23-27, providing a glimpse into a community gripped by fear since Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21 in November, 13 were murdered after 3am in a tenement on King Road near campus.
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Since the quadruple homicide, the Moscow Police Department has received a total of 78 calls about unusual circumstances and 36 requests for social assistance, up from 70 and 18 respectively for all of October, according to a press release.
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The latest 911 logs show how the shocking crime continues to shake many in the city of 25,000 - many of whom remain nervous as the killer is still at large. Police have not identified a suspect or determined if there was more than one attacker.
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On November 24, a caller reported that an employee at Shari's Cafe and Pies received a threatening note on the back of a receipt. "You better watch out," the message threatened.
On November 26, a report came in that some men at the Corner Club on N Main Street – the bar where Goncalves and Mogen dined the night before their slaughter – were “acting shady” and engaging in “shadow boxing”.
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A woman called police at 3:18 am on November 27 after "waking up and seeing her front door wide open."
A shared photo showing the crime scene and victims including University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21.
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One person complained on November 23 about a "man at the dog park asking weird questions."
Several people reported that various parked vehicles were suspicious.
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On Thanksgiving, police took 21 calls, including four about a suspicious person or circumstance. One woman reported that someone rang her doorbell twice, but no one was at the door when she answered.
In response to a file request, the Moscow Police Department said no 911 calls were made from the King Road house between June 6, when the murdered roommates moved in, and November 11.
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This could indicate that the residents had no previous safety concerns that warranted a call to the police.
Anyone with tips should contact the Moscow Police Department at 208-883-7180 ​​or tipline@ci.moscow.id.us.
Audrey Conklin contributed to this report.

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