Kellogg, June 20 (AP) A northern Idaho man has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder and burglary after prosecutors said he broke into a neighbor’s home and shot him dead. people there, including a minor.
Majorjon Kaylor, 31, of Kellogg was arrested Sunday night shortly after the shooting in the small mining community.
During Keller’s first court appearance on Tuesday, magistrates identified the victims as Kenneth Guardipi, Kenna Godippi, Devon Smith and an unnamed teenager. The family lives in the same multifamily building as Keller.
If convicted, Keller could face the death penalty. He was detained without bail and has yet to enter a plea.
“This is a tragic situation that will impact the Kellogg community. Detectives continue to work to determine the timeline and what led to the shooting,” Idaho State Police Detective Lt. Paul Berger said at a news conference Monday.
“Investigators announced that the suspect was a neighbor of the victim,” the release said. “However, after the initial court appearance, when the court provides the records, law enforcement cannot establish the relationship between the parties or the suspect’s motive.”
The Shoshone County Dispatch Center received a 911 call around 7:20 p.m. Sunday, reporting multiple fatalities. Law enforcement officers found four people dead from gunshot wounds, and they took Keller into custody. (Associated Press)
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