Nadja Medley, 48, and her 14-year-old daughter, Payton, moved to Caldwell in May with Mike Bullinger, according to their friends and Facebook pages. On Tuesday, they were identified as murder victims, and investigators said Bullinger, a fugitive, faces three charges of first-degree murder.
The third victim, identified through dental records June 30, was Bullinger’s wife, Cheryl Baker, with whom he bought the rural acreage on KCID Road. Lack of dental records for the Medleys delayed their identification until the state crime lab could match their DNA, according to the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office and coroner’s office.
“It isn’t surprising at all, but there was hope against hope that it wouldn’t be them,” Nadja’s longtime friend Christine Roppel said Tuesday.
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