Idaho police have revealed a major break in the case of the four University of Idaho students who were murdered inside their home.
As Mamas Uncut previously reported, on November 13, a gruesome scene was discovered inside a home located near the University of Idaho. Inside the home were the bodies of 20-year-olds Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, and 21-year-olds Madison Mogen and Kylee Goncalves stabbed to death.
BREAKING UPDATE in the Case of the Four University of Idaho Students Murdered Inside Their Home
The news of the murders shocked the community and for over a month, seemingly stumped local police and the FBI. Now, the break in the case everyone has been waiting for.
According to multiple reports, a man, now identified as 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger has been taken into custody. Fox News reports that the man was located by local police and the FBI in Scranton, Pennsylvania at around 3 a.m. on December 30.
Sources told ABC News that Kohberger had been someone the authorities were tracking for some time. It was the SWAT team that ultimately detained him.
According to Fox News, the suspect is described as a college student but he did not attend the University of Idaho. He made his first court appearance the same morning as his arrest.
There were two other roommates who lived in the basement of the house where the murders took place. They were home at the time of the attack but seemingly slept through the crime. The two surviving roommates were never considered suspects, police revealed.
Kohberger’s connection to the four students who were murdered is not yet clear. This update is still ongoing.
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