As promised through his attorney, Bryan Christopher Kohberger, a 28-year-old man, waived extradition from Pennsylvania to Idaho to accept charges of stabbing four college students to death.
Authorities will release Bryan, the murderer’s affidavit once he comes back to the Gem State, possibly to enlighten on why they have suspected Bryan of the disturbing killing. Four students at the University of Idaho named, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, and lastly, Madison Mogden,21. These named students were stabbed to death at off-campus housing first thing in the morning of November 13. Some, but not all of them, were dead as they slept, as attested by the Latah County Coroner.
The vagueness of this murder shocked the sleepy town of Moscow, Idaho. The extensive publicity of searching for the suspect or suspects reached a crucial revelation of truth on Friday, with Bryan Christopher Kohberger’s arrest at his parents’ house in Monroe County, Pennsylvania.
Bryant Kohberger, Suspect of Killing Four College Students Now Arrested
Authorities said that they captured a 2015 white Hyundai Elantra. Bryan’s Pennsylvania defender Jason Allen LaBar has pledged that the defendant drove his car. Police have said before that they were searching for a 2011 to 2013 Hyundai Elantra, saying it was in the area of the murderers.
Kohberger’s relocation to Idaho simply defines the start of his formal criminal case over there. For the family of the victims, it is the start of a long, grieving, process.
Washington State University confirmed on Friday that Bryan had just ended his first semester there as a Ph.D. student in the criminal justice program. Officials of the school said they have extended help to law enforcement to execute search warrants at his apartment and office, both of which are on the campus of Pullman.