It was a crime that shocked not only the State of Idaho, but the entire globe. What began as a normal morning on the campus of the University of Idaho ended up being one of the most heart-wrenching days imaginable. Four innocent lives were taken just a stones throw from campus at a private residents. All four were students at the university--brutally stabbed to death--a crime unlike anything seen in this notably safe and close-knit community.

Now, 7-months later, a suspect is in custody, an eventual trial looms, and despite the fact that very little about the crime is still known to the public, it feels as though the entire globe is holding their breath for justice.

Of course the most important thing that any of us can do at this point is to cherish the legacy of these four students-- Maddie, Kaylee, Ethan, and Xana.  One major celebrity did just that over the weekend.

News of this good deed broke out over Instagram. Morgan Wallen was performing in San Diego, California--the second night of his sold out show was one of the biggest concerts on the globe that night. It was what had happened before that show that was so special, however.




As you can see from the above Instagram post, Stacy Chapin, mother of Ethan Chapin, shared a story from Mother's Day of 2022. Ethan had told his mom that Morgan Wallen's song 'I Thought You Should Know' could be their song to share.

Somewhere along the line, Wallen caught wind of this and flew the Chapin family out to San Diego for his concert. He took the time to meet them, give them his condolences, and what took the family by surprise the most: he handed them a check donation to their newly founded 'Ethan's Smile Foundation', honoring the life of their son Ethan Chapin. The organization aims to provide scholarships to students from the Skagit Valley, where the Chapin family lives-- especially to the University of Idaho!

We think it's pretty amazing that Morgan Wallen decided to do this--it's no secret that he is by far one of Idaho's favorite music artists-- and while it would have been appreciated anywhere, Idaho is especially thankful he would do something like this for such a great cause--at the cost of a horrible, horrible tragedy.

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While at this time, the footage remains in a state of speculation--a lot of the information known about this Idaho case seems to line up well with what has surfaced in this video.

WATCH: Images Capture Murder Suspect's Traffic Stops

Bryan Kohberger and his father were pulled over twice in Indiana while traveling across the country to Pennsylvania from Pullman, Washington.

Body Cam footage is broken down below--keep scrolling for the FULL VIDEO.

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