A Washington court has unsealed the search warrants for the office and apartment of University of Idaho stabbing suspect Bryan Kohberger, a 28-year-old Washington State University Ph.D. student accused of murdering four undergrads in nearby Moscow, Idaho.
The warrants were initially sealed but a Washington judge ordered the release of redacted versions of the documents Wednesday.
In the newly unveiled filings, investigators described previously undisclosed evidence, including blood, DNA, shoes with diamond-pattern soles and “data compilations” of information about the victims and the King Road house where they were killed.
Kohberger is charged with four counts of first-degree murder and another of felony burglary after allegedly sneaking into a six-bedroom house near the University of Idaho, about 10 miles away from his Washington apartment, and ambushing four undergrads around 4 a.m. on Nov. 13.
The highly anticipated warrants contain new details about what investigators found after they arrested the suspect, who had a master’s degree in criminal justice from DeSales University.
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Pennsylvania police and the FBI arrested Kohberger on Dec. 30 at his parents’ house in the Poconos Mountains, the same day their counterparts in Washington executed search warrants on his apartment and in his WSU office.
Fox News’ Sarah Rumpf and Chris Eberhart contributed to this report.
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