Person of Interest vehicle found near Grand Teton National Park

Claudine Rigal
Juillet 17, 2017

July 17, 2017 -The Teton County Wyoming Sheriff's Office, with assistance from the National Park Service, US Forest Service, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Teton County Wyoming Emergency Management and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are conducting an investigation regarding a triple homicide that occurred early June in Caldwell, Idaho.

Investigators are looking for 60-year-old Gerald "Mike" Bullinger after deputies with the Teton County Sheriff's Office found a auto registered to one of the homicide victims parked at the Pacific Creek campground, near the national forest's boundary with Grand Teton National Park and about seven miles from the town of Moran. The area is northwest of Moran, Wyoming.

Officials believe the vehicle may have been there for up to three weeks prior to the discovery.

A nationwide warrant was issued June 21 for Bullinger, 60, who was last seen in Ogden, Utah, according to Dashiell. All three had been shot to death. The other two have not yet been identified, but friends and family say it is likely they are 48-year-old Nadja Medley and her 14-year-old daughter Peyton.

It's not clear whether Bullinger's wife and girlfriend knew about each other. Vicki DeGeus-Morris told the Press-Tribune that they are waiting on DNA tests which take longer to get results. Police have not said what they found inside the vehicle, or whether Bullinger is believed to still be in Wyoming.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Bullinger is asked to call the Canyon County Sheriff's Office immediately.

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