Sounds Like FBI May Have Just Identified a Suspect in Quadruple Murder of Idaho College Students

Sounds Like FBI May Have Just Identified a Suspect in Quadruple Murder of Idaho College Students

It sounds to me like the FBI has a suspect(s) in mind, for the brutal murder of four college students at the University of Idaho. The reason I say this is because the FBI went back to the house, collected more “stuff” and then met with the prosecutor on Thanksgiving. Of course, the FBI is downplaying this meeting, and acting as if it’s perfectly routine, but I think they know who did this, and they’re being really careful not to tip them off as they gather evidence.

Fox News reported that investigators returned to the Idaho home Friday where four college students were stabbed to death in their sleep earlier this month, collected several small bags of evidence – then met up with the Latah County prosecutor inside police headquarter after sundown.

Aaron Snell, the communications director for the Idaho State Police, told Fox News Digital downplayed the significance of the late meeting and said investigators had been routinely putting in long hours.

That included Thursday, which was Thanksgiving, when Latah County Prosecuting Attorney Bill Thompson returned to the police department around 2 p.m. and left around 10 minutes later.

On Friday, he was inside with investigators, including several who had returned to the house earlier in the day, for about an hour.

In the late afternoon Friday, police and members of the FBI first looked outside and walked up the hill behind the home, which is built into a slope and stands three stories tall.

Next they came back down and were seen putting on protective covers over their shoes and returning inside the home on King Road, which had been untouched for days, according to a deputy standing guard Thursday morning.

“The DA has been present throughout as a resource,” he said. “We continue to work after hours. The DA has been here daily.”

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After searching the inside of the house, one of the investigators left with several small paper bags in his hand.

“Detectives continue investigating and will collect evidence,” Snell told Fox News Digital. However, he added that he did not have details about what authorities removed specifically from the scene Friday afternoon.

Fox News contributor and former Washington, D.C., homicide detective Ted Williams said he thinks police returned to the scene after determining the killer came and went through the sliding glass door at the rear of the home.

“Remember the two surviving witnesses slept on the first floor, so it is highly unlikely that the killer(s) came or went through the front door,” he said.

After searching the inside of the house, one of the investigators left with several small paper bags in his hand.

“Detectives continue investigating and will collect evidence,” Snell told Fox News Digital. However, he added that he did not have details about what authorities removed specifically from the scene Friday afternoon.

Fox News contributor and former Washington, D.C., homicide detective Ted Williams said he thinks police returned to the scene after determining the killer came and went through the sliding glass door at the rear of the home.

“Remember the two surviving witnesses slept on the first floor, so it is highly unlikely that the killer(s) came or went through the front door,” he said.

It really sounds to me like they have a very good idea of who did this, and they’re building a case.

After all, we heard last week, that the killer(s) was “sloppy,” so I assume, based on that, cops and the FBI have a lot of evidence to work with and process.

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