Moscow Police responded to the King Road home on August 16 for a noise complaint, when Kaylee Goncalves could be seen speaking to officers outside.
Newly released body camera footage shows slain University of Idaho
student Kaylee Goncalves speaking to cops three months before she and three friends were brutally murdered.
Moscow Police responded to the off-campus home Goncalves and her friends were renting on August 16, after neighbors complained about the noise coming from an apparent party at the house.
Goncalves, 21, was polite and respectful as an officer let her off with a warning.
The video, released Wednesday by the Law and Crime Network, documents the Moscow Police's visit to the King Road home back in August.
Goncalves could be seen coming out a sliding glass door wearing a tan strapless dress as she greets the officers on the scene, saying, 'Hey guys.'
A cop then asks if she knows why they were called to the home, to which Goncalves replied, 'I assume noise.'
The cop then confirmed that the Moscow Police Department did, in fact, receive a call about the excessive noise coming from the home, noting there was a 'big speaker right there.'
He went on to say he had 'nothing against having a party [but] once neighbor's start calling in, then we have an issue.'
'Fair,' Goncalves replied.