Latah County prosecutors turned over hundreds of files to Idaho student murders suspect Bryan Kohberger's defense this week, court records show.
The mother of one of four University of Idaho undergrads killed in an ambush stabbing attack in November says she felt "heartbroken" and "betrayed" by her former defense attorney, who withdrew from her case to defend the suspected killer, according to a new interview.
Moscow, Idaho, police responded to noise complaints three times at the home where four University of Idaho students were later killed, but incident reports contain no evidence the prime suspect placed the calls as web sleuths have suggested.
The owner of a Moscow, Idaho restaurant where two slain students worked is speaking out after one report claimed that quadruple murder suspect Bryan Kohberger visited the business twice, saying that it is inaccurate.
The Coeur d'Alene defense attorney representing Idaho student murders suspect Bryan Kohberger had until recently been assigned to defend the mother of one of his alleged victims, court records show.
Slain University of Idaho student Kaylee Goncalves closely followed true crime and missing persons news and once reported a sighting of a woman who vanished.
Bryan Kohberger’s arrest has raised lots of questions about the Idaho quadruple murders. But this speculation focuses on two key points without any solid information: What’s the motive? And where’s the murder weapon? Yet there is one source of information we do have: the arrest warrant affidavit of Corporal Brett Payne.
Bryan Kohberger, the 28-year-old criminology student accused of ambushing four University of Idaho students with a knife in November, waived his right to a speedy probable cause hearing, pushing back his arraignment by more than six months. But prosecutors can undercut the procedural maneuver by seeking a grand jury indictment, which would also spare the surviving roommates from having to sit in court across from Kohberger and face cross-examination during a preliminary hearing.
Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger ate at a local Moscow restaurant where two students he's accused of stabbing to death worked as waitresses, according to a new report.
Twenty-two regional and national news organizations have formed a coalition to ask a judge to narrow a gag order in the case against a man accused of killing four University of Idaho students.
Bryan Kohberger, the 28-year-old criminology student accused of ambushing four University of Idaho students with a knife in November, waived his right to a speedy probable cause hearing, pushing back his arraignment by more than six months.
Bryan Kohberger reportedly followed three female University of Idaho students on Instagram before allegedly killing them in November, a new report claims.
Newly unsealed search warrants shed light on what investigators found in Bryan Kohberger's Washington State University apartment and office.
Bryan Kohberger, who is charged with the murders of four University of Idaho students, allegedly sent one of the victims Instagram messages before the slayings, a report claims.
Experts convened in a recent two-episode "Dr. Phil" special speculated that the perpetrator of the Idaho murders may have left behind a "calling card" and "most likely" has killed before.
Idaho quadruple murder suspect Bryan Kohberger's former defense attorney, Jason LaBar, told a local news outlet that evidence presented in a probable cause affidavit for the suspect's arrest is "strong" but could be "attacked" in court.
In the days following the murders of four University of Idaho students, Bryan Kohberger had a seemingly "normal conversation" about the event with his neighbor.
Idaho police can be seen on newly released video talking to Kaylee Goncalves after neighbors complained about noise at her home – three months before she and three other University of Idaho students were murdered there.
Bryan Kohberger, the 28-year-old Ph.D. student accused of ambushing four University of Idaho undergrads in their sleep with a knife in November, traded a look of intensity for one of fear when he entered court for a status conference Thursday, according to a leading body language expert.
The man charged in the stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students will have a preliminary hearing in late June, when prosecutors will try to show a judge that they have enough evidence to justify the felony charges. Bryan Kohberger waived his right to a speedy preliminary hearing during a Thursday morning status conference in Moscow, Idaho.