The man is suspected of killing four universities of Idaho Students Expected in court for status conference on Thursday second time in Idaho court since his extradition from Pennsylvania following his arrest late last month.
Brian Kochberger, 28, is being held without bail. in Lata County jail in Idaho where he faces four points of first-degree murder and one think of break-in in in fatal stabbing of Kaylee Gonsalves, 21; Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20.
after a night out the four undergrads were found dead the 13th of November in en off-campus homeaccording to the police, losing their nerves in campus of Moscow, Idaho, along the Washington state line.
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Authorities arrested Kochberger almost seven weeks later, taking him into custody in his parents’ home in Pennsylvania, where the lawyer said he traveled for holidays. And while it took almost two months for authorities to publicly name the suspect, the police who faced growing criticism, while the investigation outwardly seemed to be stalled, began to focus on Koberger as a suspect a few weeks earlier.
Meanwhile the neighbor of Kobergera in of nearby Pullman, Washington, told CBS News that a suspect asked him about the murders days after they happened, allegedly saying, “Yeah, it seems like they don’t have hooks. Seems like It was crime of passion.” The neighbor asked not to be named, according to CBS.
Among the most notable works of evidence provided by the testimony of a witness one of surviving roommates of the victims, who told the police that she saw a man dressed in black inside house morning of murder, according to probable cause affidavit issued last a week. The witness described the man as being about 5 feet 10 inches tall and above, not very muscular, but athletic. built with bushy eyebrows, he said.
The investigators were also drawn to the white sedan saw in local surveillance footage in in area around home. By November 25, they ordered local law enforcement to check out for in car by then identified as Hyundai Elantra.
A few days later, officers at Washington State University, where Koberger had a Ph.D. student in criminal justice, found such vehicle and discovered that it was registered to Kochberger, an affidavit says.
When the investigators were looking for for his driver’s license informationThey found it’s consistent with description of man dressed in black provided by a roommate, the affidavit says specifically noting his height, weight, and bushy eyebrows.
Koberger received new Plate number for his car five days after the murder sworn testimony says. When he was arrested in Pennsylvania last week white Elantra was found He has home, according to Monroe County Chief Public Defender Jason Labar. who represented the suspect in his extradition.
Other listed evidence in the affidavit included phone records showing that Koberger’s phone was near the victims’ home. home at least a dozen times from June. Records also show phone next to the site of killings hours later, between 9:12 and 9:21, document says.
In addition, the authorities seized debris from the Koberger case. family home revealed a DNA profile associated with DNA on brown leather scabbard found lying on bed of one of victims, the statement said. It is believed that DNA extracted from garbage of biological father of person whose DNA was found on shell, he said.
Koberger was also under control for four days before his arrest, a law enforcement source told CNN. At the time, he was seen placing garbage bags. in neighbors trash cans and “cleaned my car inside and out without missing an inch,” the source said.
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