Bryan Kohberger Allegedly Broke Into Girl’s House Months Earlier than Murders
A spine-chilling new report says Bryan Kohberger broke into a girl’s house earlier than the Idaho murders went down … performing as some type of creepy crawler, transferring her stuff round in an try to make her worry for her life.
The weird claims got here out within the newest episode of NBC’s “Dateline,” saying Kohberger turned associates with a lady at Washington State College, the place he was enrolled, simply months earlier than the deadly Univ. of Idaho stabbings — and allegedly snuck into her place and moved her belongings with the intention to make her really feel uneasy in her own residence.
The terrifying tactic allegedly labored, as a result of “Dateline” says she requested him to assist arrange safety cameras in consequence … one thing he might have later checked on remotely after studying her WiFi password.
Former FBI profiler Greg Cooper says this wasn’t a buddy serving to one other buddy with safety element — saying he “orchestrated it in order that she would come to him and that he would have the ability to assist her. It’s one other stage of energy and domination and management over one other particular person.”
For these unaware, the brand new report comes on the heels of Kohberger’s current indictment concerning the November deaths of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle.
New physique cam footage confirmed Kohberger at WSU a few month earlier than the murders … however he appeared cool-headed and respectful as he talked his method out of a ticket.
And as you understand, prosecutors say Kohberger later went on to slash the 4 college students to dying not lengthy after — with blood shockingly being seen seeping by the partitions of the off-campus home, dripping onto the grime exterior.