Brian Christopher Koberger on Friday arrested a 28-year-old Pennsylvania man with a first-degree murder warrant for stabbing four University of Idaho students on campus last month. The bodies of four students were found in a nearby rental property.
He is the first person named as a suspect since the murder. He had no initial information about his possible motives, nor was it clear whether he had hired a lawyer. Court documents say Coburg is awaiting his first arraignment.
Brian Kohberger, also listed online as a psychology student of the year 2018 at Northampton Community College in Albrightsville, is a member of Psi Beta and is involved in promoting hidden disability awareness. there is
He also worked as a part-time school security guard for the Pleasant Valley School District for several years until last year.
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The arrest marks a long-awaited development after four friends were stabbed to death in their off-campus home while they were asleep.
Cary Gonsalves, 21, Madison Morgen, Zana Carnodor, 20, and her boyfriend Ethan Chapin suffered multiple stab wounds.
Police initially claimed the killings were targeted, but later recanted, saying there were no weapons, no motives, no suspects, and no apparent reason why the group was killed in such a brutal manner. admitted for several weeks.