Idaho roommate’s SAW killer survivor shortly after quadruple homicide
The surviving Idaho roommate heard the killer say, “It’s okay, I’m here to help you,” before seeing a man with “bushy eyebrows” and a mask over his nose and mouth walk past her as she was in shock “frozen” standing there he left after the massacre
- Dylan Mortensen saw the suspect – who was masked and dressed in black – step out after one victim was heard crying and another said: “There’s someone here.”
- She was apparently unaware of the massacre that was taking place and locked herself in her room after seeing the suspect, bomb court records show
- Mortensen told police that during a window that lasted about 20 minutes, she heard victim Kaylee Goncalves say, “There’s someone here.”
- She also told police she heard “crying” from victim Xana Kernodle’s bedroom
- A man was also heard saying, “It’s okay, I’ll help you,” the files show
A surviving roommate of the murdered Idaho students saw the alleged killer leave their home shortly after the massacre, bomb court files show.
Dylan Mortensen saw the suspect – who was masked and dressed all in black – leave the house after one victim was heard crying and another said: “There’s someone here”.
She also heard the suspect say, “It’s okay, I’m here to help you,” as he walked through the home and committed the atrocity.
The newly opened affidavit, which Mortensen refers to as DM, describes how she was then confronted with the suspect after investigating the riots – but apparently unaware the killings had taken place.
Mortenson told police she was awakened around 4am by what sounded like victim Kaylee Goncalves, 21, “playing with her dog” in a third-floor bedroom.
(LR) Dylan Mortensen, Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen (on Kaylee’s shoulders), Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle and Bethany Funke
A short time later, Mortensen, in her second-story bedroom, heard Goncalves say, “There’s someone here,” reveals the haunting affidavit. Mortensen looked out of her bedroom door but saw nothing.
Shortly thereafter, she opened her room a second time “when she heard what she thought she was crying” coming from victim Xana Kernodle’s room.
Mortensen then heard a male voice say something like, “It’s okay, I’ll help you,” the affidavit reads.
At 4:17 a.m., a neighbor’s doorbell camera picked up audio “of what sounded like voices or a whimper followed by a loud bang.” A dog barking can also be heard several times.”
Martensen “said she opened her door for the third time after hearing the crying and seeing a figure dressed in black and wearing a mask covering the person’s mouth and nose approaching.
‘DM described the character as a 5’ 10″ or taller, male, not very muscular but of athletic build with bushy eyebrows. The man walked past DM as she was in a “frozen shock phase”.
“The man walked toward the rear sliding glass door. DM locked herself in her room after seeing the man.
“DM did not state that she recognized the man. This leads investigators to believe that the killer left the scene.’
Police said Mortensen’s statements, combined with phone records, led them to believe the killings took place between 4 a.m. and 4:25 a.m.
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