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University Of Idaho Murder Suspect Bryan Kohberger Caught DNA Genealogy Websites

Authorities have been remarkably tight-lipped on the University of Idaho quadruple murder case from the start. But information is slowly coming out.

It’s been over two months since the arrest of Bryan Kohberger, and we just got to see the arrest warrant last week. After that legal doc revealed much of what was seized from the accused killer — specifically what he had on him at the time of arrest. But it didn’t come close to telling the whole story.

Over the weekend the search warrants followed — and revealed what was taken from his parents’ home and from his car. From the house, police took three knives, a handgun with ammunition, more clothing, books, documents, prescriptions — and a black mask. Huh. Here’s the full list:

  • Knife
  • Book with underlining on page 118
  • AT&T bill for Bryan C. Kohberger
  • Glock 22 Gen S. 40 Caliber serial #BMXVSQI
  • Smith & Wesson pocket knife
  • Folder containing vehicle paperwork
  • Acer laptop
  • Green leafy substance in green container
  • Documents
  • Green leafy substance in plastic bag
  • White paper with password
  • Power cable
  • Cell phone
  • Three Glock 40 caliber magazines (empty)
  • Vooks
  • Black face masks
  • Prescription
  • Black gloves
  • 1 black hat 1 black mask
  • Personal identifying documents
  • New Balance shoes
  • Dark colored jacket
  • Dark jackets
  • Dark color shirts
  • Dark color pants
  • Clear plastic glove
  • Laptop with damage
  • Record of sale Glock 22. Gen s 40 Caliber
  • Item photographed but not taken
  • Note in desk
  • Criminal psychology book
  • Documents
  • XL Columbia Navy fleece
  • A man’s hand drawing
  • 10 (non legible) inside glove inside box
  • Various criminology books, notes, license, card
  • Dark color hats
  • Black gloves
  • Motherboard
  • Washington State University paperwork
  • Note from Bryan from Montana
  • Medical documents
  • Court documents
  • Note to Dad from Bryan
  • Colored spiral notebook
  • Dark colored clothes
  • HP all-in-one computer
  • Dark clothes in laundry basket
  • Taylor cutlery knife with leather sheath
  • Four buccal swabs
  • 2 pair of dark colored boots
  • 1 pair of brown boots

From the Hyundai Elantra, they got a shovel, a wrench, hiking boots, and multiple Ziploc bags. Cops also took the seats, steering wheel, and other car parts for testing — presumably for evidence from the murders as this is the presumed getaway car. Here’s that full list:

  • Swabs
  • Ziplock bag with pink zipper
  • Plastic baggie with green zipper
  • 7 quarters
  • 36 dimes
  • 32 nickels
  • 8 pennies
  • Gloves
  • Receipts
  • Car insurance card
  • Car registration
  • Hiking boots
  • Comfort Inn room key holder and stay information
  • Tire irons
  • Shovel
  • Goggles
  • Floor mats
  • Reflective vest
  • Used water bottles
  • Wrench
  • Door panel
  • Seats and seat cushions
  • Headrests
  • Seatbelt
  • Visor
  • Fiber
  • Brake pedal
  • Gas pedal
  • Phone charger
  • Band aid
  • Wrappers
  • Maps
  • Documents
  • Seat Belt
  • Boot

The Ziplock bags may be more important than you think…

Related: Creepy Group SUPPORTING Kohberger Banned From Reddit

Pennsylvania’s Monroe County First Assistant District Attorney Michael Mancuso revealed more details the warrants didn’t get into. He told local news outlet BRC 13 more about the actual arrest itself, including the odd activity Kohberger was engaged in when cops busted into his parents’ home in Chestnuthill Township:

“Mr. Kohberger was found awake in the kitchen area dressed in shorts and a shirt a wearing latex medical type gloves and apparently was taking his personal trash and putting it into a separate Ziploc baggies.”

The arrest was at 1:30 am — presumably to catch the suspect as off his guard as possible. But it turns out he was up late trying to dispose of his trash in such a way that would… we’re guessing keep his personal DNA separate from his parents’?? It worked, we guess, as Mancuso added:

“A trash pull that was done days before recovered DNA profiles but not from him, only from his family members.”

In addition to individually bagging, we previously heard he had been secretly moving his trash to the neighbor’s bins. But of course, since that came from a police source it clearly wasn’t secret enough to hide anything. We’d also heard he had been wearing medical gloves out everywhere. It makes sense if he was trying to keep his DNA to himself.

Of course, as a criminology PhD student he should have known about the most current DNA methods — that is to say, genealogy testing. Just his father’s DNA was reportedly enough to match him to what was found on a knife sheath at the scene where Maddie MogenKaylee GoncalvesXana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin were stabbed to death. Innerestingly, Mancuso specified that the DNA was found on “the snap button for the sheath of the knife.” That implies he may have pinched himself at some point? That’s where the DNA came from? Hmm…

But just the fact Kohberger was being so meticulous spoke volumes to the police. Mancuso noted:

“It could very explain some of the other aspects of the case from Idaho, some of the lengths that a person would go to to avoid having their DNA left behind when they know or should’ve known that there was an investigation underway.”

Yeah, an innocent person with no connection to the crimes trying to hide his DNA, it’s going to be a tough sell to a jury.

What do YOU think of the latest evidence in the ongoing murder case??

[Image via KTVB/YouTube/Kaylee Goncalves/Instagram.]

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Mar 08, 2023 14:34pm PDT