Bryan Kohberger Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Idaho Suspect has No Criminal Record

Bryan Kohberger Wiki – Bryan Kohberger Bio

Bryan Kohberger, The grizzly murder of four University of Idaho students, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, and Xana Kernodle, 20, which occurred more than six weeks ago, has the country reeling. However, after reviewing 20,000 leads and questioning 300 people, an arrest was finally made on Friday, December 30. The arrested suspect is Bryan Christopher Kohberger and some interesting details about him have also emerged.


Bryan Kohberger‘s age is unknown.

Idaho Suspect has No Criminal Record

Kohberger has a clean record and no criminal record, according to reports. What’s much more intriguing is that he doesn’t have a car registered to him either, which stands out because his connection to a Hyundai Elantra is said to be what got him arrested in the first place. However, police have remained mum about what led them to arrest Kohberger.

Moscow Police Chief James Fry had confirmed that on the day of the arrest, a white Hyundai Elantra had been seized in Pennsylvania. Immediately afterward, Kohberger was arrested by the FBI and State Police SWAT. Regarding the lack of registration of the vehicle, Special Agent Jon MacVeigh has said that because the vehicle was not registered in his name, Kohberger would not have appeared in the national database when police scanned DNA and fingerprints.

“They would have found no criminal record, nothing in the database, so if they later linked him through other means, they probably would have kept an eye on him,” MacVeigh said according to WPBF.

“Possibly the office would have done that for them, set up surveillance, and you wait until, you know, he spits on the floor, drops a tissue, is in a deli, and has a glass, something like that,” MacVeigh said. He further said that the agents would have compared the DNA from the discarded item with the DNA at the crime scene.

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Police had zeroed in on the suspect because the car was not a regular sighting in the area where it was found, MacVeigh said. “Maybe the vehicle wasn’t seen that night (of the murders), but maybe it was seen many other nights where someone has a Ring camera, and they say, well, wait a minute, this car doesn’t belong on the street. But for five nights in a row, he’s been sitting here, you know, nobody gets out of it or something. So is it a possibility? Yeah. That he chose them for a reason,” he added.

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