Idaho police decline to say why quadruple homicide was targeted: ‘You’re going to have to trust us on that’


MOSCOW, Idaho – The Moscow Police Department said in the immediate aftermath of a quadruple homicide near the University of Idaho that the murders were an “isolated, targeted incident,” but are declining to say which of the four victims were targeted or why they believe that to be true. 

“First and foremost, we have the integrity of the investigation to preserve, and we feel like that information is integral to us and how we conduct our investigation,” Moscow Police Captain Roger Lanier…



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