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Idaho murders update: According to documentation from the investigation and arrest of the suspect in the deadly stabbings of four University of Idaho students last year, Bryan Kohberger’s parents’ Pennsylvania house had a number of items seized when he was detained.

Knives, a phone, black gloves, black masks, computers, dark clothing, dark shoes, brown boots, and New Balance trainers were among the goods seized by investigators, according to an evidence record made public on Thursday. A Smith & Wesson pocket knife and a knife with a leather sheath were among the knives.

Idaho murders update: The log reveals that criminology textbooks, including one named “criminal psychology,” as well as notebooks, a shop vac, identifying papers, medical information, an AT&T bill, and school-related material were also taken.


The four victims were killed at a residence at 1122 King Road that the owner donated to the University of Illinois. The house will be demolished by the end of the spring semester, a university spokesman who spoke with the Statesman said. There are no plans for what will replace the house on that location, but the school is working with students and others to create a plan for future development to honour the four children.

Moreover, plans for a memorial garden and monument for the victims were created by the University of Illinois. The location, which has not yet been specified by the institution, will probably be on Moscow’s campus grounds.

In early January, Latah County Magistrate Judge Megan Marshall imposed a gag order barring “investigators, law enforcement employees, attorneys, and agents of the prosecuting attorney or defence counsel” from speaking about the case. The order was updated on January 19.


He is a 28-year-old Ph.D. candidate who attended Washington State University to study criminal justice and criminology. In December, he completed his first semester. Kohberger lived near the university in Pullman, according to police, just a 9-mile drive from Moscow and the University of Idaho.

Kohberger was listed as an assistant instructor for three undergraduate criminal justice courses in the fall course catalogue at Washington State University. According to the catalogue, all three classes ended on December 9, which was nearly a month after the murders.

According to court documents, Kohberger is a native of Albrightsville, a hamlet in northern Pennsylvania’s Chestnuthill Township in the Pocono Mountains. 2018 saw his associate’s in psychology from Pennsylvania’s Northampton Community College.

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