New evidence shows Bryan Kohberger may have infiltrated a woman’s home months before he allegedly carried out the November murders of four University of Idaho students, according to a news report.
Kohberger befriended a woman, broke into her house and moved objects before convincing her to let him install a video security system, says a recent report on NBC’s “Dateline.”
Kohberger and the woman were students at Washington State University. in Pullman, Washington, when he allegedly moved items in her home to make her feel uncomfortable and fearful.
When the woman asked Kohberger: unaware that he may have been the perpetrator, Kohberger convinced her to install the video security system.
Authorities say Kohberger may have hacked into the system and viewed the footage remotely, because he knew the woman’s WiFi information.
“I would hope that he orchestrated the whole thing,” said retired FBI profiler Greg Cooper, who spoke on the “Dateline” episode.
“(Kohberger) orchestrated it for her to come to him…it’s another level of power and control over another person,” Cooper added.
Trespassing charges arrive just days after Kohberger was charged in the deaths of four University of Idaho students: Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle.
The students, all in their 20sThey were reportedly sleeping at their off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho after a night out when they were gruesomely stabbed to death on the morning of November 13, 2022.