Idaho Murders Suspect’s Home Searched

A Washington court unsealed search warrant documents. Items that were found have been revealed.

New information has been released in the case of the suspect arrested and charged for murdering four University of Idaho students.

The victims were stabbed to death in an off campus home on November 13th. A long investigation led to the arrest of 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger who is charged for the murders of all four students.

A Washington court unsealed search warrant documents. Items retrieved from his residence included “a collection of dark red” cuttings from a pillow of reddish-brown stain, and part of a mattress cover with stains.

Other items listed include a nitrate-type black glove, store receipts, a dickies tag, several hair strands, dust from a vacuum, a Fire TV stick, and a computer tower, along with other items.

It is unclear if any items were retrieved from the suspect’s office or if a search warrant has been obtained to search the location.

A judge scheduled a preliminary probable cause hearing to begin January 26th after Kohberger waived his rights to a speedy trial. He has not yet entered a plea.