“Why did BryanKohberger return to the crime scene if he was found guilty:
“1-Was he on the lookout for the sheath? In his rage, he most likely had no clue where it dropped.
2-Some killers return to relive/watch the reactions to their deeds. Chambers, Bundy, and Kemper are three examples,” Coffindaffer tweeted.
Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Ethan Chapin, 20, were discovered dead and stabbed at an off-campus apartment near the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho on November 13.
Investigators suspect the killings occurred between 4 and 4:25 a.m., according to a probable cause document issued by police.
Kohberger’s cell phone “used cellular resources that would offer service to the King Road Residence between 9:12 a.m. and 9:21 a.m.,” according to police.
Kohberger, a 28-year-old Ph.D. student at Washington State University (WSU) studying criminal justice and criminology, was arrested on December 30 at his parents’ house in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, and charged with four charges of first-degree murder and one act of felony burglary.
In the case, Kohberger has maintained his innocence, with his former public attorney, Jason LaBar, claiming in a statement that his client was “ready to be exonerated.”
On Sunday, Coffindaffer, who is not engaged in the inquiry, told Newsweek, “I assume Kohberger returned to investigate the crime site.
I imagine him waiting for the news to break, and then returning to wallow in his crime out of sheer curiosity.”
When asked if she felt it would be difficult for the state to convict Kohberger, Coffindaffer responded, “I don’t believe it would be difficult. I believe he tracked breadcrumbs from his residence to the crime site. As opposed to leaving the sheath and leaving his DNA on the sheath.”
- Tropical Storm Ophelia swamps North Carolina: Flooding, Power Outages, and More
- Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Switches to Republican Party: What Led to His Party Change?
- Unraveling the Mystery: Why Did Alex Murdaugh Kill His Wife and Son?
- Alex Murdaugh’s Shocking Guilty Plea: From Murder Accusations to Financial Crimes
- Heartbreaking Revelation: Escape Attempt in University of Idaho Murder Case
Prior to Kohberger’s arrest, authorities in Pennsylvania gathered garbage from his family’s home and submitted it to a lab for examination on December 27.
The “Idaho State Lab revealed that a DNA profile acquired from the garbage and the DNA profile obtained from the sheath identified a male as not being precluded as the biological father of Suspect Profile,” according to the affidavit. According to the affidavit, at least 99.9998% of the male population would be disqualified as the suspect’s father.
Meanwhile, investigators retrieved one nitrite-type black glove, eight probable hair strands, one possibly animal hair strand, and two cuttings from an uncased pillow with a “reddish/brown stain,” among other materials, from Kohberger’s Washington state apartment in a newly revealed search warrant.
The warrant also said that no murder weapon was discovered and that authorities are still looking for the fixed-bladed knife used in the crime.