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Idaho Murder: Everything You Need To Know About Idaho Incident

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Bryan Kohberger has generally been mute since being charged with the murder of four University students. However, he made small conversations with cops before being deported from his residence in Pennsylvania and booked into the Latah County Jail.

“He was telling himself everything that was going on. At one point, he was saying to himself, ‘I’m fine, this is fine.’ He sounded like he was telling himself that everything wasn’t too bad.” Kohberger was informed of his Miranda rights during his detention and is not allowed to be questioned about the case without the presence of counsel.

Who is the Suspect in the Idaho Murder?

On December 30, Bryan Kohberger, 28, was arrested in connection with the November killings of Ethan Chapin and others. A fixed-blade knife was used to stab victims. He did not talk directly to officers about the case, but according to a police source, he did make an offhand remark about it. “He did say, ‘It’s miserable what happened to them,’ but that was it,” the insider claims. “He’s more intelligent than that.”

Investigation Process:

It’s unknown whether or not Kohberger was acquainted with the victims. He was a PhD student at the time of his death. His flat in Pullman, Washington, is about ten miles from the crime scene. Authorities have not yet revealed the motivation. Kohberger is presently being held at the Latah County Jail, located next to the courthouse. It’s less than two miles from the scene of the murders. Although the facility can hold up to 37 criminals, Kohberger is separated from the rest of the detainees for his safety.

“He sticks to himself; he stays away from the other prisoners,” a jail insider adds. “However, he will make small talk with the guards and appears to be settling in.” Kohberger will return for a pretrial hearing, where he will enter a plea to the allegations against him.

Who are the Victims?

Who are the Victims

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Madison Mogen, 21, of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, was a marketing senior at the institution. Kaylee Goncalves, 21, of Rathdrum, Idaho, was a general study senior. Kaylee’s father, Steve Goncalves, told a gathering of hundreds who attended a vigil for the killed children that the two met in the sixth school and were closest friends. “They went to high school together, started looking at colleges together, and finally arrived together. They eventually moved into the same flat,” According to Steve Goncalves. “And they died together in the end, in the same room, in the same bed.”