Person of interest in Idaho triple murder may be in Wyoming


Gerald "Mike" Bullinger is wanted as a person of interest in connection to a triple homicide that occurred outside a home near Caldwell.

The Bridger-Teton National Forest has issued a temporary area closure after an abandoned vehicle registered to a deceased homicide victim was located on the Pacific Creek campground on the Bridger-Teton National Forest near Moran, Wyoming. The site is near the border of Grand Teton National Park.

On June 19, a Caldwell, Idaho, Sheriff's deputy found the badly decomposed bodies of 56-year-old Cheryl Baker of Ogden, Utah - Bullinger's wife - a teenager and another adult woman in a shed on property in Caldwell, Idaho, that belonged to Baker and Bullinger.

It's not clear whether Bullinger's wife and girlfriend knew about each other.

Investigators are still working to identify the other two victims. Their friends have said on Facebook that Nadja Medley, 47, and her daughter, Payton, 14, were living in the house and have not been seen since before the bodies were discovered. Vicki DeGeus-Morris told the Press-Tribune that they are waiting on DNA tests which take longer to get results.

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Nadja Medley's last Facebook post was June 4. In several posts that followed, Medley referred to Bullinger as her boyfriend. Investigators have examined the auto, but are not sharing information to prevent Bullinger from learning what they know.

Caldwell Police say evidence suggests the Ford Focus had been at the campground about three weeks before law enforcement found it.

Bullinger formerly worked as a pilot, and reportedly has worked as an outfitter.

On Monday, Grand Teton National Park tweeted a special bulletin and mug shot of Bullinger, asking visitors to "be on the lookout for this man", who was last seen wearing a baseball cap. Anybody with information is asked to call the Teton County Sheriff's Office immediately.