Bryan Kohberger ‘broke into’ female colleague’s home before Idaho murders: report

Brian Kohberger, who is charged with the brutal murder of four University of Idaho students, allegedly broke into the apartment of a female colleague and moved items as part of a elaborate plan to manipulate her. According to NBC’s “Date Line.”

Koberger, 28, was a coeducational student at Washington State University months before the brutal murders of Madison Morgen, Cary Gonsalves, Zana Carnold, and Ethan Chapin in November. The paper reported that he became friends with

Koberger broke into the woman’s apartment and raked up her belongings, but took nothing.

The plan worked and the anonymous woman asked for a video surveillance system to be installed, but authorities now believe they had remote access because they knew her Wi-Fi password, according to the Date Line. reported.

Former FBI profiler Greg Cooper said, “I expect he orchestrated the whole thing, but he didn’t necessarily see her as a potential victim.” “But he orchestrated it so that she could come to him and he could help her. It’s another level of power, dominance, control over others.”

Brian Kohberger has been charged with the November 2022 murder of four University of Idaho students.

Koberger's alleged victims include Madison Morgen, Cary Gonsalves, Zana Carnoldle, and Ethan Chapin.
Koberger’s alleged victims were Madison Morgen, Cary Gonsalves, Zana Carnoldle and Ethan Chapin.

Former FBI profiler Greg Cooper said Koberger's motives were: "power, domination and control."
Former FBI profiler Greg Cooper said Koberger’s motivation was “power and control and control.”
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“A hero he can represent. You have this problem. I’m here to solve it for you and make it better.”

The NBC feature also claimed that Koberger bought a K-Bar knife and sheath before moving to Washington and starting college.

Coberger was indicted on murder charges by a grand jury this week, opening the way to trial. He plans to file a petition next week.

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