Idaho murder suspect A new report claims Bryan Kohberger made an inane joke while being held for five days in a Pennsylvania prison.
NewsNation was informed by a source within Monroe County Correctional Facility, that the accused mass killer was asked about the murders of four college students in Moscow. He allegedly replied, “I didn’t do anything.”
When the 28-year-old Ph.D. student was asked why he had been in Moscow – an eight-mile drive from his apartment in Pullman, Washington – he allegedly retorted, “The shopping is better in Idaho.”
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After being arrested Friday at his Albrightsville home, Kohberger was taken to Stroudsburg prison and sentenced to five days in jail. He is accused of stabbing Kaylee Goncalves (Ethan Chapin), Madison Mogen, Madison Mogen, and Xana Kernodle. The incident occurred Nov. 13, in a rented house near campus.
Kohberger was dressed in a suicide vest, and kept in a cell with glass doors that opened to reveal his true identity.