The Latah County Prosecutor’s Office’s Attorney Bill Thompson was sighted at the Moscow Authorities Department’s main office on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24, while police were looking for the person who killed the University of Idaho students.
The prosecutor arrived at the office at 2:00 pm, according to Fox News. The FBI and other law enforcement agencies then stepped up their search for the person responsible for killing the four university students.
On November 13, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were discovered dead and beaten. Social media users, however, believe that after his arrival, the inquiry should take a significant turn.
Aaron Snell, the Idaho State Police’s director of communications, said: “Every day he visits. He keeps working over the weekend and holiday.” The District Attorney has been available at all times as a resource, he continued. “We carry on working after hours. Every day, the DA has been here “according to Fox News. Thompson was later observed inside the residence with the case investigators on Friday, November 25.
As a first step, the detectives made their way to the hill and searched for possible evidence. Later, they entered the home with their shoes covered in safety measures. “We kept working during the holiday. This is an ongoing investigation and will do so in the future, “Snell stated. The prosecutor and detectives were spotted inspecting the upstairs bedroom as well.
“Detectives are still looking into the matter and are gathering proof. The individuals from all three organizations who are working on this issue are the best and brightest, and they have access to the most recent resources, “Snell said. We’re going to carry out this probe regardless of what, he continued. “That will involve putting all the pieces together, identifying the suspect or suspects, and making the arrest.
We will make that arrest, whether or not that person is on campus, in their room, online, or somewhere in the community “He went on to say.
Who is Bill Thompson:?
Bill Thompson graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law in 1980, claims the Latah County, Idaho, official website. After working as an attorney for 12 years, he was elected as Latah County Prosecutor in 1992. He was a director on the board of the Idaho Prosecuting Attorneys Association from 1998 to 2003.
Thompson presided over it from 1999 to 2002, meanwhile. Thompson joined the Idaho Criminal Justice Commission’s Public Defense Subcommittee recently after serving on the Idaho Juvenile Justice Commission since 2002.
He received the Idaho State Bar Professionalism Award in 2017. In 2011, he also received the H. Sydney Duncombe Award for Excellence in County Government from the Idaho Association of Counties.
Thompson served on the Executive Committee of the Idaho Association of Counties as Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, and President. In addition to educating and counseling elected officials, Thompson is also known for his work in the areas of ethics, new laws and case law, trial and investigative abilities, interagency cooperation, and risk management.