The parents of the man accused of killing four University of Idaho students last November have been called to testify before a grand jury in Pennsylvania.
A source close to the case told NewsNation’s Brian Entin that the parents have been called to speak to a grand jury in the Dana Smithers case. Smithers was 45 years old when she went missing in May 2022 in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, where the Idaho suspect lived with his parents at the time.
The source also told the outlet that the suspect, who is not being named per Daily Wire policy, has a solid alibi and likely had nothing to do with Smithers’ disappearance. The grand jury, however, is continuing its proceedings and the investigation into Smithers’ case is ongoing.
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The suspect was indicted
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