Father of slain University of Idaho student sheds new light on 911 call for 'unconscious person'

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The father of the slain University of Idaho student, Kaylee Goncalves, said in an interview Tuesday that the initial 911 call may have come in as an unconscious person because his daughter didn't answer the phone.
"I know the girls have been in touch via texts and calls so I can only assume the phones will be ignored as I know my daughter will not ignore calls and texts," Steve Goncalves told ABC News.
He also revealed for the first time publicly that his daughter and her best friend, Madison Mogen, used a sorority-designated car service to take them downtown from the Grub Truck to their home at around 1:56 a.m. on the day of the massacre.
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Police previously said the women used a "private party" driver.
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Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen and Xana Kernodle were stabbed to death on November 13, 2022.
Goncalves, 21, Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, and Xana Kernodle, 20, were stabbed to death between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. on November 13 in a tenement on King Road, just meters from campus.
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Two roommates who lived in the basement of the house called friends over, fearing that one of the victims had passed out.
The Idaho Police Department is urging returning students to report "anything outside of the ordinary."
An 911 call came in at 11:58 am asking for help for an unconscious person, who police said was placed on one of the surviving roommate's phones. The coroner said the victims were attacked in their sleep and stabbed multiple times.
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Goncalves said he was first informed of the deaths of his daughter and Mogen by family on campus, not police. "You can't imagine sending your girls to college and then they come back in an urn," he said. "You cannot absorb this amount of pain and agony."
Kaylee Goncalves was due to graduate in December and had a marketing job in Austin, Texas.
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He added that at least the killings "were quick and nobody suffered and nobody felt that kind of pain."
Goncalves said he supports police who are working hard to solve the gruesome killings but is frustrated at the lack of transparency.
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"I have to assume and hope that this is all part of their plan," he told ABC News. "I know there are some really good, hardworking guys and girls working on this case that I've met. And they looked me in the eye and said straight to me that they're working and they're doing everything in their power."
The family's grief was compounded by not knowing who was responsible for the horrific murders.
"I don't deserve to grieve the way I want to grieve," Goncalves said. "I want to be able to have justice first."
He added, "My wife's biggest fear, one of the reasons we didn't have a funeral, is that she couldn't be guaranteed that this monster wasn't going to be there."
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Steve Goncalves plans to speak at a candlelight vigil on Wednesday night.

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