Bryan Kohberger allegedly broke into another student’s house months before the quadruple murder
Bryan Kohberger allegedly broke into a student’s house and then set up security cameras to spy on her in the months before the alleged deaths of four other students in a terror attack in Moscow, Idaho.
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The 28-year-old criminology doctoral student had befriended the woman after moving to Pullman, Washington, to begin a criminal justice graduate program at Washington State University (WSU), according to The Independent.
One afternoon, the woman returned to her apartment to find that someone had broken in and moved items around the house.
Since nothing had been stolen, the woman decided not to call the police, but instead called her new friend, Mr. Kohberger, and asked him to come.
Mr. Kohberger allegedly offered to install a video security system in her home, and the woman agreed.
After the installation, investigators believe Mr. Kohberger used the security cameras to spy on the woman since he knew her wifi password and was able to access the cameras while he was near the apartment.
The allegation first surfaced in an episode of NBC Dateline titled “The Killings on King Road,” which reported that Mr. Kohberger was believed to be a serious suspect in the initial burglary of the student’s home.
Months later, Mr. Kohberger accused of breaking into an off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho, and stabbing to death Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, both 21, and Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, both 20.