Police chief insists early Idaho investigations were adequate – Thelocalreport.in

(NewsNation) — Moscow, Idaho Police Chief James Fry told NewsNation in a one-on-one interview that he believes the initial hours of the investigation into the deaths of four college students were handled properly, in response to concerns about the research stability.

The family of one of the victims, Kaylee Goncalves, felt police were quick to rule out some people as suspects in the case and told NewsNation they believe she may have had a stalker. Police have since said they cannot verify that Goncalves had a stalker.

NewsNation’s Brian Entin interviewed Fry on Thursday, asking if he felt the first 48 hours of the investigation were handled properly.

You can watch the full interview between Brian Entin and boss James Fry on Dan Abrams Live Thursday night at 9pm EST (8pm CST).

“I think they were handled correctly,” Fry said. “We secured the scene quickly, we called the state police, we did our due diligence to get the things we needed to do to make this a strong case all the way. We called the state lab to collect evidence and I think it was the initial things that we started and how we did the things that will help bring this to a conclusion.”

Fry said police will continue to withhold information from the public while they continue their investigation.

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