Here’s All of the Weird Items Seized From Idaho Suspect’s Home
A newly-unsealed search warrant revealed an additional collection of strange items police seized from the home of Bryan Kohberger, the suspect in the murder of four Idaho college students.
The search warrant, unsealed on Thursday, revealed items that police seized from Kohberger’s family home in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania. These included a Glock 22 pistol, three empty Glock magazines, a Smith & Wesson pocket knife, a black mask, black gloves, and a black hat.
Police also confiscated a criminal psychology book, a “green leafy substance in green container,” an unspecified “prescription,” a laptop, a cell phone, power cables, various personal paperwork, including his AT&T phone bill.
The police also recovered items from Kohberger’s 2015 white Hyundai Elantra, including a shovel, gloves, and goggles.
The search was completed on Dec. 30 — the same day Kohberger was arrested for allegedly murdering four University of Idaho students in their Moscow, Idaho, home on Nov. 13. Investigators are still working to identify Kohberger’s motive for allegedly stabbing Ethan Chapin, 20; Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Kaylee GonCalves, 21.
Earlier this week, Pennsylvania authorities unsealed a different search warrant, which revealed the items seized off of Kohberger’s person when he was arrested at his parent’s home. The items listed included a DNA swab, medical gloves, a flashlight, and all of the dark-colored clothes he was wearing in the middle of the night.
A spokesperson for the Pennsylvania court system told The Daily Beast that it’s state procedure to keep warrants sealed for 60 days.
In January, Washington state authorities revealed the items police seized from Kohberger’s apartment on the Washington State University campus. The evidence included a black surgical glove, a vacuum cleaner bag, approximately a dozen strands of hair (both human and animal), receipts from Marshall’s and Walmart, a sample from a “dark red spot,” portions cut from an “uncased pillow [with a] reddish/brown stain,” and a mattress cover with “multiple stains.”
Kohberger was pursuing his PhD in criminology at WSU — which is just a few miles away from the scene of the grisly crime. Police arrested him in Pennsylvania, after he had driven there to spend Christmas with his parents.
Kohberger is now being held without bail in Moscow, Idaho. His murder trial is scheduled to resume in June.
Source: The Daily Beast
3 comments on Here’s All of the Weird Items Seized From Idaho Suspect’s Home
Don’t entice other psychos with details!!!!!!!!!
Give family’s, friends closure!!!
Oh my God, he had a cell phone!!
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