Who is Dylan White?, Idaho murders, whats happened

Two university roommates in Idaho suffered a mysterious quadruple homicide in their off-campus house. Kaylee Goncalves, 21, and Madison Mogen, 21, were stabbed to death in the girls’ house at night on November 13. Additionally, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, the latter being her boyfriend, lived in the same house and were stabbed to death as well. No suspects have been identified in this case.

A pastor read statements from the room’s occupants at a memorial service for the pets. Each pet had brought joy and illumination to any environment it entered. One statement said the pet had loved everyone each day, and that the speaker wished he could hug them one more time. Julia described Mogen and Goncalves as an inseparable pair. She said that Mogen, who is older than her “big sister” Pi Beta Phi sorority, is the sister she always wanted. The two were described as happy-go-lucky and compassionate, and Goncalves was described as strong and driven.

According to the testimonial, the couple Chapin and Kernodle were an “ideal pair,” with an unbreakable bond. Their eyes would gaze into each other with love, she said. In addition, Xana and Ethan are somewhere together keeping each other company; they’re probably telling them it’s OK that they’re together.

Authorities stated that two surviving roommates, who are not considered suspects, likely slept through the attacks. They live on the ground floor, while the four students killed lived on the second and third floors. Any identifying information about the roommates has not been released to the public.

Goncalves’ dog was discovered at the scene alongside the murders. Police stated that it’s unclear where the dog was during the killings due to the crime scenes being undisturbed when they arrived.

According to police, the two roommates knew about the murders around 4 in the morning. They thought one of the victims on the second floor had passed out and wasn’t waking up. That’s why they called some of their friends over in the morning.

A 911 call was placed from one of the roommates’ phones at 11:58 AM. The identity of the caller has not been released by the police, but several people talked with the 911 dispatcher, according to them. The call requested help for an unconscious person.

When officers arrived on the scene, they discovered two and three floorcases.

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