Bryan Kohberger: A criminology student accused of killing 4 students will be deported.

WBryan Kohberger: A student in criminology who is suspected of killing four college students will be sent back to the U.S.

Bryan Kohberger looked back at his mother several times in court, where he was taken after being arrested on suspicion of killing four college students. His mother looked upset.

Bryan Kohberger
Bryan Kohberger, Idaho Murder Suspect Spotted for the first time since Arrest, Image; fox 35 Orlando.

The man who is thought to have stabbed to death four college students in their beds will be sent to Idaho to face murder charges. He agreed to be sent there on his own.

Bryan Kohberger, who is 28 years old, was taken into custody last week when police raided his family’s home in Pennsylvania.

28 years old Bryan, the murder of Idaho Case. Image Fox News.

He is accused of killing Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, in the early hours of November 13, 2017.

Kohberger has been in court, and Indiana State Police have confirmed that the suspect was stopped twice in Indiana on December 15, just over a month after the murders and two weeks before his arrest.

At the second stop, video shows a state police officer walking toward a white Hyundai Elantra.

The officer looks into the car while wearing a body camera. He sees Kohberger in the driver’s seat and his father in the passenger seat.

Kohberger was pulled over because he was following a car too closely. He was let go without a warning.

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He is told by the officer: “I’m not going to write you a ticket or tell you to stop… Just make sure you have enough space, OK? So, as I said, it all comes down to how fast you’re going, OK?”

Kohberger and his father talk to the officer, but it is hard to tell what they are saying.

Nine minutes earlier, officers from a local sheriff’s office had stopped the two men for following too closely behind another car.

In a statement, the sheriff’s office said, “At the time of this stop, there was no information available on a suspect for the crime in Idaho, including identifying information or specific information about the license plate state or number of the white Hyundai Elantra that was said to have been seen in or near where the crime happened.”

Murder suspect’s family backs him up in court

Two other housemates who were at home when the murders happened in November and were sleeping in rooms on the ground floor say they slept through the killings.

When they woke up the next morning, they called other friends to the house. And one of those friends thought the housemates were asleep and called the police.

The terrible crime scene wasn’t found until after that.

Four counts of first-degree murder have been brought against Mr. Kohberger.

He went to court in Monroe County, Pennsylvania, which is more than 2,500 miles from Moscow, Idaho, where he is accused of killing the students.

His father, mother, and sister all stood up for him in court.

His mother could be seen getting upset as Mr. Kohberger looked back at his family. And nodded his head at them several times.

Court marshals gave her a box of tissues as she kept looking sad, looking down, and bending over.

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Mr. Kohberger says he didn’t kill anyone. But he signed a paper agreeing to be sent to Idaho. He will be moved there sometime in the next ten days.

Once he gets to the state, he will be given an arrest warrant for the murders. And a sealed document will be opened to show why police think he is the killer.

“eager to be cleared,” said the suspect.

Mr. Kohberger studied criminology at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. Which is nine miles from where the victims went to school, at the University of Idaho.

In December, he left Idaho and drove across the country with his father. They got to Pennsylvania on December 13, one month after the murders. His dad is not a person to look for.

Jason LaBar, (Lawyer of Bryan Kohberger) who used to be Mr. Kohberger’s lawyer and is now the chief public defender for Monroe County. And he said in a statement that his client “wants to be cleared of these charges as soon as possible”