Read the FULL affidavit on how Idaho cops linked Bryan Kohberger to the murders of four college students
- Bryan Kohberger has been charged with the murders of Maddie Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin on November 13
- Police have released a bombshell affidavit where they
- Kohberger appeared in court in Idaho today for a brief appearance He was denied bail and will return to court for a status hearing on January 12 Police released their 19-page probable cause affidavit ahead of the hearing Kohberger, 28, denies the murders and is ‘eager’ to learn of the cops’ evidence
Police have released a bombshell affidavit laying out their initial case against murder suspect Bryan Kohberger.
The 28-year-old has been formally charged with the murders of Maddie Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin on November 13 in Moscow, Idaho. He has been held on bail and will reappear in court on January 12.
In affidavit released on Thursday, it describes where the officer first on the scene found the bodies of the murder victims, and discovered a leather knife sheath on the bed of two of the victims. Kohberger’s DNA was discovered on the button of the knife sheath, and genealogy experts matched it to samples from trash taken outside his parents’ home in Pennsylvania.
The affidavit also lays out how the 28-year-old PHD criminology student stalked the victims’ home at least 12 times, and details his movement through cellphone pings on the night of the murders.
Read the full affidavit: