Utah Man Charged with Idaho Murder After Two More Bodies Identified
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Prosecutors have charged a missing Utah man with three counts of first degree murder after two additional bodies found near a rural Idaho farmhouse were identified as 14-year-old Payton Medley and her mom, 48-year-old Nadja Medley.
A third victim, Cheryl Baker, was identified on June 30. All three women were from Ogden, Utah and the bodies of all three were found shot to death and hidden in a shed outside a Caldwell, Idaho home that had been recently purchased by Baker and her husband, Gerald Michael Bullinger. Bullinger, a 57-year-old pilot and outfitter, has been the subject of a nationwide manhunt since the bodies were found.
Authorities have released few details about the crime, but said Bullinger should be considered armed and dangerous. His car was found July 12 in a remote campground near Moran, Wyoming.