Three dead coyotes were left on the front porches of Greek houses at the University of Idaho early Friday.
The Moscow-Pullman Daily News reported that the carcasses turned up between 1:22 a.m. and 4:22 a.m. at Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Beta Phi and Alpha Phi.
In a previous incident, a coyote cadaver surprised the women of UI’s Delta Zeta sorority after it was left on their stoop on Jan. 20, the Daily News reported.
Moscow police Chief James Fry told the Daily News that the hunting season for coyotes is year-round and that each of the animals had been shot.
The incidents remain under investigation.
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