Utah man charged with murder after two more bodies identified
BOISE, Idaho — 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-yearold 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 they 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 60-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.