Police in Idaho investigate quadruple murders and ask about similarities to the unsolved stabbing attack in 2021.

Moscow Police Department Chief James Frye (whose department is leading this investigation) In the murders Four University of Idaho students stated that they received a tip from an Oregon police officer about another stabbing in Salem last year.

Jamilyn Juetten (Travis) and Jamilyn (Jamy) were awoken from their sleep at 3:00 AM on Aug. 13, 2021 by an unknown assailant who attacked them with a knife. Travis fought off his attacker, but was declared dead at the scene.

Jamilyn sustained 19 stab wounds, and other injuries. She was taken to a hospital where she survived. Police have not identified a suspect in the attack.

On Wednesday, a reporter asked Chief Frye if investigators were looking into possible connections between the quadruple murder in Idaho and Salem attack. He noted that both cases involved an unknown assailant entering a home at 3:00 AM and attacking sleeping victims with knives.

“We’re looking at all avenues and we have.” Other agencies Frye said that he knew of the Oregon case, and had been given a tip. There is no official connection between the cases.

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Ten months after Travis Juetten’s murder, his family offered $50,000 for any information that would lead to the arrest of the killer. Arrest and conviction Of his killer.

On Wednesday evening, a detective from Marion County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon was not available to answer questions.

Moscow, Idaho, November 21st, 2022: Flowers and a bear serve as a monument to the four students who were murdered.
Views of the Moscow, Idaho house taken Wednesday, November 16, 2002. This is where four University of Idaho students were killed.

More than 100 law enforcement officers work in Moscow, Idaho. From the FBIEthan Chapin, Xana Krumle, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were all murdered by the Idaho State Police. The Moscow Police Department and Idaho State Police are still combing through evidence ten more days later.

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According to police, the four friends returned home at 1:45 a.m. Nov. 13. They were attacked while they were sleeping sometime between 3:00 and 4 a.m.

Split photo showing crime scene and victims, including University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin (20), Xana Kernodle (20), Madison Mogen (21), and Kaylee Goncalves (21).

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The victims were all stabbed multiple time and some had defensive wounds, according to a medical examiner.

Police have not identified a suspect, and they do not have any murder weapons. They are however looking for a “fixed blade knife” to replace the murder weapon.

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