University of Idaho killings: Focus on 3 sex offenders who live terrifyingly close to slain students' house
Private investigator Jason Jensen said cops are likely to focus on all the registered perverts within the vicinity to make sure they have not fled
MOSCOW, IDAHO: New horrifying details have emerged in the murder of four University of Idaho students that happened on November 13 in a rental home at 1122 King Rd in Moscow, Idaho near the campus. According to RadarOnline, three convicted sex offenders reside in the vicinity of the house where the gruesome stabbings took place.
The killing of roommates Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20, and her boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, 20, has completely shaken the nation as well as a community that had not recorded a murder in seven years. Now RadarOnline has discovered that one registered sex offender lived across the street from the students’ home whereas the other two resided within only walking distance.
According to the outlet, the list of three includes 34-year-old Nathan Warren Leisi, living directly across the street from 1122 King Road, who got arrested for sexual exploitation of a minor on July 31, 2017, according to the sex offender registry Family Watchdog.
The list also has 28-year-old Kaynan Tyler Zachow, who lives behind the King Road house on Walenta Drive and was charged with communicating with a minor for immoral purposes on April 21, 2017. The third on the list is Stephen Cole Hoffman, 30, was charged with obscene conduct with a child for immoral purposes on April 4, 2017, and lives about three blocks away on Blake Avenue.
As the cops continue to dig up more details, renowned private investigator Jason Jensen came forward and told the outlet that the cops are most likely to focus their attention on all the registered perverts within the vicinity to make sure they have not fled the area.
“They will look at any registered sex offender nearby and they are going look at all the neighbors, family members, exes, you name it because they don’t have a solid lead on anybody just yet,” he stated. “They are going to check for an alibi, to see if they are still in the area, or if they haven’t skipped town and whatnot. The reason for that is that sex offenders have a notorious recidivism rate and that’s why they are closely monitored.”
“If one of them goes off the grid, the investigators will know something is wrong because they are supposed to be at this specific address,” Jensen told RadarOnline. “And sometimes after a new crime, they take off.”