It’s no coincidence Indiana cops pulled over Bryan Kohberger, the alleged assassin of 4 University of Idaho college students, twice in someday — the stops reportedly occurred on the FBI’s behest, as they constructed a case towards him.
As we have reported, Kohberger and his father had been pulled over on December 15 in Indiana as they had been driving cross-country. Police physique cameras captured audio and video of Kohberger, who was stopped for driving too shut to a truck … however oddly wasn’t ticketed both time.
According to Fox News, that is as a result of the FBI had been monitoring the duo’s journey from Washington State University to Pennsylvania, and wanted extra proof. Specifically, the feds reportedly needed the native cops to get pictures of Bryan’s fingers.
During the primary visitors cease, a Hancock County Sheriff’s Deputy had what appeared a unusually intensive convo with Kohberger and his father about their journey — they even mentioned a capturing that had occurred that day on the WSU campus.
However, all of the whereas, the cop’s physique digicam was capturing pictures of Kohberger. Pretty slick surveillance transfer by the FBI and the officer.