The 61-year-old accused of killing his wife and two other victims and hiding their bodies near his Caldwell, Idaho home is still at large two years after their deaths.
Gerald "Mike" Bullinger, of Ogden, Utah, is suspected of murdering Cheryl Baker, 56 — his wife of nearly 10 years, according to her brother, Byron Baker — as well as Nadja Medley, 48, and her 14-year-old daughter, Payton Medley.
According to friends, Nadja Medley was Bullinger's girlfriend of almost two years. Bullinger and the Medleys had recently moved from Utah to a house at 216 S. Kcid Road in Caldwell, which Bullinger took ownership of on May 3, 2017. Cheryl Baker and Nadja Medley, according to their families, did not know about each other.
Wednesday marked two years since the discovery of the bodies in a shed at the residence, the Idaho Press reports.
The last clues of Gerald Bullinger's whereabouts came in July 2017. His Ford Focus was found abandoned in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in a remote campground near Moran, Wyoming, on July 12, 2017. A week later, Bonneville County Sheriff's deputies responded to a reported sighting of Bullinger but found no sign of him.
The investigation quickly spread across multiple states, including Idaho, where the bodies were found; Wyoming, where Bullinger's car was found; and Utah, where Bullinger lived before moving to Idaho.