Idaho Murders Suspect Bryan Kohberger Arrested In Pennsylvania

An individual wanted in connection with the killings of four students at the University of Idaho more than six weeks ago has been taken into custody in Pennsylvania, according to a report by the Associated Press.

According to the Associated Press (AP), arrest paperwork filed by Pennsylvania State Police in Monroe County Court says that 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger was being held for extradition in a criminal homicide investigation based on an active arrest warrant for first-degree murder issued by the Moscow Police Department and Latah County Prosecutor’s Office.

Kohberger was being held for extradition in connection with the investigation because an active arrest warrant for first-degree murder had been issued by the Moscow Police Department.

The four students were close friends with one another and all participated in the Greek system at the University of Idaho. They died as a result of stab wounds sustained in the early morning hours of November 13 at a rented residence located in close proximity to the university.

On the page for the Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice program at Washington State University (WSU), Kohberger is listed. KREM 2 has attempted to contact WSU for comment but has not yet received a response to its inquiry.

A press conference will be held today, according to an announcement made by the Moscow Police Department (MPD).

On Friday, December 30, at one o’clock in the afternoon, a news conference will be held in the City Council Chambers of Moscow City Hall, which can be found at 206 E. 3rd Street.

According to the press release, Police Chief James Fry will provide an update on the investigation into the murders of the four University of Idaho students whose bodies were discovered on November 13 in a home located close to the university. The students’ bodies were discovered in a home near the university.

November 23 was the most recent occasion that they conducted a press conference.

There will be representatives present from the Moscow Police Department, the Idaho State Police, the City of Moscow, and the University of Idaho.

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