05 Jan, 2023


Idaho, brutal murder case suspect, arrives after being extradited in Pennsylvania

By FactsWow Team

The 28-year-old Bryan Christopher Kohberger, accused of brutally killing four Idaho university students in November, was taken to Idaho after he was transferred from the Pennsylvania jail and is now charged with the murder.

Media Credits: KOMO News

Bryan, escorted by Pennsylvania Police

Bryan was escorted by police from the Pennsylvania State Police plane to a waiting vehicle after landing in the city less than 10 miles from Moscow, Idaho. This vehicle was a part of the caravan of five vehicles that made the quick trip across the Idaho border.

Media Credits: Times of India

Bryan handed over to Idaho police

According to officials, Bryan traveled across the country after being taken from a Pennsylvania county jail and given over to state police earlier in the day.

Media Credits: PennLive.com

Bryan waived extradition

On Tuesday, In a Stroudsburg courthouse, he waived extradition, clearing the door for his journey to Latah County, Idaho.

Media Credits: New York Post

Bryan's intention to commit crime

According to prosecuting attorney Bill Thompson, Bryan is accused of breaking into the Moscow, Idaho, residence to commit a crime and will be charged with four charges of first-degree murder and burglary.

Media Credits: Latah Country

Suspect traced 2500 miles away from crime area

The barbaric killing of four Idaho university students happened on November 13, and Bryan was arrested 2500 miles away from Moscow in Albrightsville in northeastern Pennsylvania on Friday.

Media Credits: Q13 FOX

4 Idaho university students killed

Bryan is accused of killing 20-year-old Ethan Chapin from Conway, Washington, 21-year-old Madison Mogen from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; 20-year-old Xana Kernodle from Avondale, Arizona; and 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves from Rathdrum, Idaho.

Media Credits: ABC News

Bryan student from Washington State University

Bryan was a doctorate student at Washington State University in the department of criminal justice and criminology, which is 9 miles from Moscow, and is no longer a student, according to the university's representative.

Media Credits: FOX9

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