¬†Ethan Chapin Obituary, Death – The four students from the University of Idaho who were discovered dead on Sunday are believed to have been the victims of a homicide, according to officials from the university who were on the scene when the bodies were discovered. This statement was made by the university’s administration earlier today. The students have been identified as Ethan Chapin, age 20, from Conway, Washington; Madison Mogen, age 21, from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; Xana Kernodle, age 20, from Avondale, Arizona; and Kaylee GonCalves, age 21, from Rathdrum, Idaho. This information was provided by the police in Moscow, Idaho. Both Xana Kernodle and Madison Mogen have their roots in their respective states of origin: Arizona and Idaho, respectively.

No one has been arrested, and the police department has stated that it “does not feel there is an ongoing community concern.” Despite this, there has been no one brought into jail. Sunday about noon is when the victims were discovered, according to the police, and that is when officers responded to a call regarding a person who was unconscious at that time. The caller stated that the victim was unresponsive when they checked on them. According to the report that was given by the police, when the officers arrived at the scene, they discovered that all four of the students had already passed away.

The information provided by the police department suggests that it is indeed the case “In addition to being inconsolably heartbroken for the loved ones who were left behind, such as my fellow students and friends, I am also inconsolably heartbroken for our entire community during this difficult time. Our deepest condolences go out to each and every person who has been harmed in any way as a direct or indirect result of this terrible event. May you find some measure of comfort in knowing that you are not alone.”

The institution has come to the conclusion that it is in everyone’s best interest to call off any and all of the classes that were intended to take place on Monday. In the event that you have any information concerning this incident, you are urged to get in touch with the Moscow Police Department by dialing 208-882-2677 and providing them with your details. A portion of the information that was used in this report was supplied by Marilyn Heck of ABC News.