4 University of Idaho students dead in suspected homicide

Moscow police said four people found dead were victims of the murder. The University of Idaho canceled classes on Monday out of respect for the students who died.

MOSCOW, Idaho – Moscow police are investigating the deaths of four University of Idaho students, victims of a suspected murder.

Four students were found dead in a home on Sunday near the university campus.

Moscow police received a call just before noon on Sunday about an unconscious person on King Road. When police arrived at the scene, they found four people dead in the home.

The victims were identified as:

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Moscow Mayor Art Bettge released a statement about the student’s death on Monday, stating in part:

I am deeply saddened by the events of November 13 that claimed the lives of four members of our community. It is impossible to understand the meaninglessness of events like this, and all of us are looking for answers yet.

Bettge told KREM 2: “There’s no rhyme or excuse for any of this.” And I think it’s a symptom of the broader problems in our society, where violence is used more often than discussing or solving problems.”

Moscow police and Idaho State Police are still working to “determine exactly what happened,” according to Bettge.

“I wish we could say we’ve made more progress in determining exactly what happened,” he said. “But this is a very complicated scene, a very complicated area, and we’re going to have to wait for the police to sort it all out and figure out what’s really going on and give us the information.” when information becomes fact instead of speculation.”

The University of Idaho canceled classes on Monday, November 14 in memory of the students who lost their lives. All campuses will remain open and classes will resume on Tuesday, the University said in a statement. Ibetter for students.

The university has support available to students and staff affected by the deaths.

Students may contact the Counseling and Testing Center on the third floor of Mary Forney Hall or call 208-885-6716 for assistance. Hit option three for instant support in the evenings and weekends.

Students can also visit the fourth floor of ISUB from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays for immediate counseling support. Students can also visit the Head of Student Affairs at TLC 232.

University of Idaho employees may use EAP resources available through their benefits.

A vigil is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday on the lawn of the Administration Building.

The Moscow police department is asking anyone who may have information about the suspected murders to call them at 208-882-COPS or 208-882-2677.

Police have referred to these deaths as homicides, which means it’s unclear whether the deaths were intentional or accidental.

This is an evolving story. KREM 2 News is working to confirm more details. We’ll update this story with the latest information as we learn more.

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