Father of Murdered Idaho Student Shares Details of 911 Call
(TheRedWire.com) – Early Sunday morning, November 13, an unknown assailant killed four college students in Idaho in a brutal murder. The coroner stated someone ambushed Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle in their sleep and stabbed them repeatedly between 3 and 4 am. On Tuesday, November 29, Gonclaves’s father shared some details of the 911 call.
At 11:58 am, 911 received a phone call for aid for an unconscious person. The phone number belonged to a surviving roommate’s phone. Steve Gonclaves said the initial call to the police reported an unconscious person. He noted it was likely because Kaylee wasn’t responding to calls or texts. Her father stated she never ignored a text or phone call.
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Gonclaves said he learned of his daughter’s murder from other families on campus, not the police. He added investigators told him the killings happened quickly and that none of the victims suffered or felt pain. Still, the grieving father stated he fully supported the police despite what he called a lack of transparency on their part. Gonclaves added that agents working the case were hard-working and told him they were doing “everything in their power.”
Kaylee’s father added that not knowing who committed the act against his daughter made the situation more challenging. Gonclaves said he couldn’t grieve the way he wanted to, and he and his wife didn’t hold a funeral over concerns the monster who committed the atrocity might have attended.
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