The father of a University of Idaho student murdered at his home last month said in a new interview that he believes his daughter or her best friend were targeted by their killer.
The heartbroken father of slain student Kayleigh Goncalves told “Fox & Friends” he believes Kayleigh, 21, or her best friend Madison Mohan, 21, were targeted based on their location inside the three-story home. The killer’s entry point.
Steven Goncalves said “common sense” and “logic” suggest either of the couples were killed in their third-floor bedroom. Second floor.
“For me, [the killer] No need to go up,” he said. “His entry and exit is available without the need to go upstairs or downstairs…I use the logic of his choosing to go there when he doesn’t have to.”
Investigators initially believed the college seniors, their 20-year-old roommate Chana Kernodle and her 20-year-old boyfriend Ethan Chapin, were stabbed to death in their off-campus home in the Nov. 13 attack. It is a targeted crime.
However, on Wednesday, they were He retracted that promise – Detectives do not currently know if the home or any victims were targeted.
“I’m just connecting the dots,” Steve Goncalves told “Fox & Friends” hosts following a previous interview with the station in which he talked about his daughter and Mohan. The “unfit” were killed.
“I’ll cut to the chase — their deaths don’t match,” he said Fox News on Saturday.
“Their damage points don’t match.”
Steve Goncalves, when asked about his earlier comments on “Fox and Friends,” said he couldn’t believe his daughter or Mogen were the intended targets, based on their different injuries.
‘”I asked permission to do it, and [investigators] He said no,” he said. “I may have revealed more information that they wanted me not to say, but the story is going cold.”
Kayleigh Goncalves and Mohan, who have been best friends for years They were sleeping in the same bed In the third floor bedroom when they were killed.
Kernodle and Chapin were murdered together in a second-floor bed where the back slider door was located.
Two other roommates who were sleeping on the floor of the Moscow home were unharmed and may have slept through the blood, police said.
“Seems [the killer] Probably wouldn’t have gone down,” said Steve Goncalves. “We don’t know that for sure, but he obviously went upstairs. So I use the logic that he chose to go there when he wasn’t needed.
Three weeks after the quadruple murders, police have not identified any suspects or a motive for the senseless crime.