Idaho homicide suspect Bryan Kohberger stalked his victims for months earlier than he allegedly murdered 4 harmless school college students, in keeping with the investigators who took him down.
Court data, obtained by TMZ, reveal Kohberger’s cellphone was pinged near the homicide home at the very least twelve instances between June 2022 and the date of the murders, November 13, 2022.
Investigators notice that in all however a kind of cases, the cellphone knowledge was picked up within the late night and early morning hours.
In one of the chilling particulars from the murders, paperwork reveal one of many roommates advised detectives she heard sufferer Kaylee Goncalves — who lived a flooring above — round 4 AM the morning of the homicide say “there’s somebody right here.”
The roommate says she appeared exterior, and did not see anybody, however opened her door and heard what she thought was crying coming from sufferer Xana Kernodle‘s room. She then says she heard a male voice say one thing to the impact of, “It’s okay, I’m going that can assist you.”
What’s not clear is who the male voice was, whether or not it was Kernoodle’s boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, who was additionally killed — or whether or not it was Kohberger.
Investigators say a safety digicam on a neighbor’s dwelling picked up distorted audio of voices or a whimper adopted by a thud beginning at 4:17 AM.
The surviving roommate says when she opened her door a 3rd time after she heard crying, and noticed a person wearing black clothes and a masks masking the person’s mouth and nostril strolling in direction of her. The roommate says he was 5’10” or taller, not very muscular, however athletically constructed with bushy eyebrows.
She says she was in a “frozen shock part” as he walked towards the sliding again door. The roommate says she locked herself in her room, and investigators imagine the person left the residence at the moment.
Kohberger is presently in courtroom in Idaho … we’ll have updates shortly.