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New Documents Unsealed in High-Profile Murder Case

Police suspect Bryan Kohberger of killing four University of Idaho students on November 13, 2022: Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin, and Madison Mogen.

The suspect was a nearby Washington State University Ph.D. student studying criminology. On December 30, more than a month after the incident, police detained Kohberger for the offense. Up until today, authorities have kept a tight lid on the probe.

After a search of Kohberger’s parents’ house, police recovered a number of things, according to a collection of records made public by a Pennsylvania court. Despite reportedly carrying out the murders around the nation, the suspect was apprehended by authorities after traveling with his father to the family residence on the east coast. Authorities found a knife, a Glock pistol with magazines, black face masks, and a black cap, according to the documents that were previously sealed.

An eyewitness on the night of the killings stated she “opened her door” after hearing a commotion. She observed a guy approaching her while donning a mask and all-black attire.

According to reports, police examined the family’s house, garage, and shed for evidence. Authorities seized a car door panel, seat cushions, seatbelt, visor, headrests, both pedals, maps, paperwork, and a Band-Aid strip, according to the recently disclosed search warrants. Also, Kohberger’s phone and computer were confiscated for examination.

While the kids were killed with a knife, John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Michael Alcazar thinks the Glock was brought in for testing because the suspect could have had it on him at the time of the killings. If so, the weapon could have been used in subsequent crimes or might have DNA from the victims.

In Moscow, Idaho, Kohberger is being held in a detention cell on four counts of first-degree murder and criminal burglary. He is scheduled to appear in court at the end of June.

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