Four people found dead in quadruple murder

A man from northern Idaho is facing serious charges after allegedly intruding on his neighbors and fatally shooting four people, one of them a minor.

This shocking event represents the second incident of a quadruple murder in the state’s northern region since last November.

31-year-old Majorjon Kaylor is in custody after being apprehended and charged with first-degree murder and burglary. He is currently detained in the Shoshone County jail.

During Kaylor’s initial court appearance, a magistrate judge named the victims as Kenneth Guardipee, Kenna Gaurdipee, Devin Smith, and an unidentified minor. All four victims shared a multi-home building in the small city of Kellogg, located about 36 miles east of Coeur d’Alene, with Kaylor.

The Idaho State Police are investigating the events that led to this horrifying incident. They suspect that an argument between the neighbors might have started the tragic shooting.

Still, the specifics of the dispute remain unclear. The bodies of the victims are currently in the care of the Shoshone County Coroner’s Office.

Christy Woolum, a neighbor, was enjoying a family dinner at home when she heard sirens echoing through the area. Crime scene investigators sectioned off parts of the apartment complex where the shooting took place.

It’s been a mere seven months since another quadruple murder shook Idaho and drew national attention. Four students from the University of Idaho were found stabbed to death in a Moscow, Idaho, residence.