Kaylee Goncalves Talks To Cops Months Earlier than Idaho Murders, New Physique Cam Video
Kaylee Goncalves got here face-to-face with a police officer three months earlier than she and her school roommates had been murdered in Idaho — and the entire encounter was caught on video.
The College of Idaho pupil was captured on police physique cam video strolling out of the home in Moscow, ID, August 16, approaching cops. As you realize, Kaylee, Maddie Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin had been fatally stabbed inside that dwelling on November 13.
Within the video, launched Wednesday by Legislation & Crime Community, Kaylee was easy and compliant with the officer, who knowledgeable her that neighbors known as 911 to complain about noise at her home get together.
The officer stated he had nothing towards “overage” individuals ingesting at a celebration, however as soon as neighbors “begin calling the cops, then we have now a difficulty.” Kaylee responded, “Truthful.”
After some extra back-and-forth, the cop instructed Kaylee he would let her off with a warning, but when it occurred once more, he would write her a $300 to $400 noise ticket.
The officer ended by telling Kaylee “do not do it once more” … “I might hate to return again in a couple of hours and must concern that.” Kaylee thanked the cop and wished him a pleasant day.
Quick ahead to Dec. 30 … Bryan Kohberger was arrested and later charged with the murders of Kaylee and the opposite three victims after allegedly stalking them. Kohberger, a Washington State College grad pupil, has denied any wrongdoing and says he’ll struggle the fees.
He can be in court docket at the moment.