Bryan Kohberger, a 28-year-old PhD in criminology at Washington State University, has been charged with the murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin, all University of Idaho students. The four victims were stabbed in a rental home near the university's campus in Moscow on November 13, 2022. Kohberger was arrested on December 30 following a surveillance period by the authorities.
Michael Mancuso, the first assistant for Monroe County, has provided information about Kohberger's actions on the evening of his arrest. According to BRCTV13, Mancuso stated that Kohberger was found awake in the kitchen area, dressed in shorts and a shirt, and wearing latex medical-type gloves. He was also putting his trash into separate zip-lock baggies.
Police officers took the trash from outside Kohberger's family home in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, and sent it to Idaho for testing. However, investigators only found DNA profiles from Kohberger's family members, not Kohberger himself. Mancuso suggested that the trash bags found in Kohberger's possession may explain why his DNA still needs to be recovered.
Following Kohberger's arrest, police seized several items from him, including medical-style gloves, several pieces of clothing, a pair of size 13 Nike sneakers, and a silver flashlight. At the time, police also collected Kohberger's DNA.
In addition, a search of Kohberger's parents' home uncovered a knife, a Smith & Wesson pocket knife, and a Glock 22 handgun with three empty magazines. A cell phone, an Acer laptop, two containers of a "green leafy substance," two black face masks, various items of dark-coloured clothes, and a book with "underlining on page 118" were also taken from the residence. Further searches included Kohberger's Hyundai Elantra, the garage, a shed on the property, and other items collected for analysis.
Due to a total gag order issued in January, more information needs to be released about the case by Idaho authorities. Although Kohberger has not yet pleaded to the allegations against him, his preliminary hearing is expected in late June.
In conclusion, the behaviour exhibited by Kohberger on the night of his arrest and the items seized from his and his family's home suggests that the authorities are building a solid case against him. The investigation into the murders of the four University of Idaho students is ongoing, and the details revealed so far indicate that it is a complex and challenging case.
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