This is the scene at St.Vincent dePaul transitional housing on Tuesday, where a double homicide occurred on Monday night in Coeur d'Alene. (SR photo: Kathy Plonka)
James Knott said he had lived across the street from the home for around 10 years. "We heard one single gunshot, supposedly there was more, but we might have missed it before we got home,” Knott said. “This is 100 feet from where it happened. To know that someone was possibly butchering somebody to death. That's hard to sleep at night.” Knott said the family was fairly quiet and kept mostly to themselves. He said there were a couple times when the teenage suspect appeared to be very angry. "The one older kid, the couple of times I saw him, he seemed like maybe he was a troubled teen just in the sense that he had a vulgar vocabulary towards his dad or his brother like they had fought or something like that,” Knott said/Taylor Viydo, KREM. More here.