If you don’t know the name Bryan Kohberger, let me just catch you up to speed.
He is the psycho accused of murdering four University of Idaho students back in November.
Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20 were all found stabbed to death in their off-campus apartment, and Bryan Kohberger — although innocent until proven guilty — did it.
Bryan DNA was matched to a knife sheath that was found at the scene of the horrific murders.
According to TMZ, authorities went through the trash at his family’s house.
They were able to get ahold of his dad’s DNA, which — through a bunch of scientific tests that I don’t quite understand — had enough similarity to match the DNA taken from the knife sheath that was found where the murders happened.
Authorities Were Able To Match DNA Found At The Murder Scene To Bryan Kohberger
Because they were able to match the DNA from Bryan to the sheath, they were able to pin the murders on him.
Not only was his knife sheath found at the scene, but they have surveillance footage of his car at the scene of the murders.
There were several videos showing his white Elantra making several passes by the house on November 13th — the night of the murders.
Video clearly shows him finally stopping at 4:04 AM outside the residence.
It’s hard to fathom what happens next.
At 4:20am, his car is seen quickly fleeing the scene — just enough time to commit the murders and get out of dodge.
As if the knife sheath and the video footage of his car weren’t enough, there is also an actual witness from inside the house that saw Bryan — or what we assume is Bryan — at the scene of the murders.
This witness claims that she “saw a man 5’10” or taller, not very muscular but athletically built with bushy eyebrows, wearing black clothing with a mask.”
Surprise, surprise. Police were able to get a driver’s license picture of Bryan.
Guess what it told them? Bryan’s height is listed as 6′ and he weighs 185 pounds. The driver’s license pic also clearly shows he has bushy eyebrows.
A Witness In The House Heard A Woman Say, “There’s Someone Here.”
Want to get completely creeped out? The witness in the house had looked out of her bedroom, because she had heard a woman’s voice say, “there’s someone here.”
She then heard the voice of a male say, “It’s ok, I’m going to help you.”
Gives you chills, huh!!
When you take the witness description, the driver’s license pictures, Bryan’s DNA on the knife sheath, and the video footage of his car at the scene of the murders, it seems like a pretty slam-dunk case.
According to CNN, Bryan has been “charged with four counts of first-degree murder and one count of burglary.”
Here’s a little more FYI knowledge on this sick f***.
Not only is he a criminal justice major, he actually applied for an internship with the Pullman Police Department in Washington.