Idaho state crime lab prioritizes evidence testing in college students' brutal murder case
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FIRST ON FOX - MOSCOW, Idaho - The Idaho State Crime Laboratory has given priority to examining evidence from the Moscow home where four University of Idaho students were murdered on November 13, authorities said.
The Idaho State Police (ISP) forensic service "is conducting much of the forensic analysis" in the case, which is a "priority for them," ISP Public Information Officer Aaron Snell told Fox News Digital in an interview Friday.
"Scientists have been working around the clock in the lab trying to recover some of these results quickly," Snell continued. "So while other cases are ongoing, this case has priority. And we're starting to return some results."
While it's unclear how long it will take authorities to determine if DNA not belonging to any of the victims was left at the scene, the results will "go to the detectives" as soon as they become available, Snell explained.
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State Police forensics on November 21 are searching for clues at the Moscow, Idaho home where four students were murdered on November 13.
The evidence will help create a "complete picture" of the crime scene and what exactly transpired in the early hours of November 13 when the four students were stabbed while they slept.
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Each of the victims, including Ethan Chapin, 20; Xana Kernodle, 20; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; and Madison Mogen, 21, had multiple stab wounds. "Some" of the victims had defensive injuries, according to autopsy results from the Latah County Coroner.
A shared photo showing the crime scene and victims including University of Idaho student Ethan Chapin, 20; Xana Kernodle, 20; Madison Mogen, 21; and Kaylee Goncalves, 21.
There was no sign of a forced entry into the victim's apartment, which was known among neighbors as a noisy party house for U-of-I students, but the scene was very gory when police arrived shortly after receiving an 911 call, leaving one unconscious Person reported 11:58 am this morning.
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It's unclear how many people - including the victims' two roommates - were inside before police arrived.
Flowers and a toy bear commemorate the home where four University of Idaho students were murdered at 1122 King Rd. in Moscow on November 21, 2022.
"We'll be patient. We will be thorough. And...we also ask that the community recognize that there are some aspects of this investigation that will take us a little longer, but we will continue to work through them," Snell said.
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Moscow's most recent murder occurred in 2015. Since the quadruple homicide, dozens of federal and state law enforcement officials have been assigned to the case to assist MPD in identifying and tracking down the killer, as well as the killer's motive.
The officers are still looking for the murder weapon, which they believe was a knife. You have received and analyzed more than 1,000 tips on the case.
Police Department Headquarters in Moscow, Idaho.
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