Crime series to profile Caldwell triple homicide

Posted at 12:58 PM, Oct 24, 2017
and last updated 2017-10-24 14:58:11-04

The syndicated series “Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen” is scheduled to air a segment Wednesday examining the still-unsolved killings of two women and a teenaged girl whose remains were found in a shed on a rural property near Caldwell June 19th. The show will also tell of the search for Gerald “Mike” Bullinger, 60, wanted in connection with the killings. Bullinger remains at large.

“This person killed people who thought he loved them ... he killed a child,” Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue told “Crime Watch Daily.” 

Police suspect the murders unfolded when Bullinger’s girlfriend, Nadja Medley and her 14-year-old daughter Peyton Medley, discovered Bullinger was living a double life and was married to a woman named Cheryl Bullinger. 

“Peyton and Nadja had no idea that Mike was married, that came as a shock to all of us ... he was Nadja’s ‘Prince Charming.’ When we found out he was married, that blew my mind,” Medley’s best friend, Rebecca Lorenz, told the show. 

All three females were found shot to death execution-style in the rural Canyon County home Bullinger shared with Nadja and Peyton. 

In an effort to catch Bullinger, the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office has released to “Crime Watch Daily” a surveillance photo taken of Bullinger after the homicides that shows what he looks like now. “To me, the evidence points that he’s still here in this country -- probably within the West,” Donahue said.

“Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen” airs at midnight on 6 on Your Side. The segment featuring the Canyon County triple homicide is set to air Wednesday, October 25th.

For more information, you can go to the show’s website