'I’m not going nowhere': Idaho murders victim Kaylee Goncalves' dad Steve wants killer to be 'scared' of him
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Steve Goncalves, the grieving father of University of Idaho murder victim Kaylee Goncalves recently opened up about the ongoing investigation and said he hoped the murderer of his daughter is living in fear. The 21-year-old alongside her closest friends Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin, was brutally stabbed to death in their off-campus accommodation on Sunday, November 13.
"I want him to be scared. I don’t want him to be confident. I want him to be sick of seeing my face," Steve told Fox News on Thursday, December 1. "I’m not going nowhere until this guy is off the streets." The MPD revealed the victims were stabbed multiple times between 3:00 am and 4:00 am. They also confirmed Gonclaves and Mogen were killed on the third floor, while Chapin and Kernodle were killed in a bed on the second floor.
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The reports and records suggested that Goncalves and Mogen went out to Corner Club, a local bar, around 10 pm and returned home at approximately 1.56 am on November 13. Before coming back home, the duo stopped at a food truck where they even had an argument with an individual. As soon they made their way back home, both repeatedly called Kaylee's ex-boyfriend for an unforeseen purpose, between 2 am and 3 am. But he didn’t answer their calls. Authorities have cleared him of any wrongdoing in the investigation.
However, it has been 18 days yet the investigative powers have failed to obtain a concrete piece of evidence leading to the suspect. But Steve believes officials will soon get their hands on his daughter’s killer (killers) with the help of the campus community. "That community is going to solve this case just as much as the officers," Goncalves told the outlet.
A memorial service for four students was held on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, where Steve revealed his daughter died in the same room as her best friend Maddie Morgen. "In the end, they died together, in the same room, in the same bed," he said. "But the beauty of the two always being together is something that will — it comforts us."
In a separate interview, Mr Goncalves revealed that the family has postponed arranging a public funeral out of concern that the murderer would turn up. "My wife's biggest fear, part of the reason we didn't have a funeral, is because she couldn't be guaranteed that that monster was going to not be there." He told Good Morning America as per Mirror. He also criticized law enforcement saying, "They're kind of just telling me that they can't tell me much, which is frustrating to me because I've been very trustworthy."