Idaho murder suspect had a history of being ‘creepy’ toward women and had tracked victims before the murder

Idaho murder suspect had a history of being 'creepy' toward women and had tracked victims before the murder

Idaho murder suspect had a history of being ‘creepy’ toward women and had tracked victims before the murder.

More information has become available regarding potential connections between the alleged victims and the suspect in the murder of four college students in Idaho.

Bryan Kohberger, 28, was arrested on Friday and is currently being held in a Pennsylvania jail on first-degree murder and burglary charges related to the deaths of four University of Idaho students. Over a month ago, two other roommates discovered the bodies of Ethan Chapin, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, in their residence. According to police, the other roommates probably dozed off during the murder.

Idaho murder suspect had a history of being ‘creepy’ toward women and had tracked victims before the murder.

Officials told CNN that the Washington State University criminal justice graduate student, who lives only a few miles from the crime scene, was linked to the killings by DNA and his automobile.

However, according to stories in the New York Post, the Daily Mail, and NBC last weekend, people related to Pennsylvania native Kohberger claimed he has a history of berating women, followed the victims before the deaths, and was cautious to avoid authorities after the murders.

The Daily Mail quoted a relative of one of Kohberger’s former classmates as saying that the suspect allegedly followed the four victims’ phones for weeks prior to the attack. Police have not verified the information.

Kohberger returned to Pennsylvania after the killings and stayed with his folks there. The source informed the Mail that a Pennsylvania police officer was one among several who followed Kohberger before to the arrest and saw that Kohberger often wore gloves when he entered the neighborhood grocery store, maybe in an effort to avoid being caught.

Additionally, according to Jordan Serulneck, a friend of the suspect who spoke to NBC, he has a history of being “weird” with women. Nearby DeSales University, where Kohberger earned a master’s degree last year, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Serulneck’s brewery, Seven Sirens Brewing Company, served Kohberger as a customer.

After receiving many complaints of harassment from female staff members and customers, Kohberger was marked as problematic at Seven Sirens. According to Serulneck of NBC, he allegedly questioned them where they lived and who they were visiting with before becoming irate when they did not answer.

According to Serulneck, Kohberger once called one of the staff members a bitch for not returning his call.

He reportedly conducted study on criminals’ emotions while a master’s student at DeSales. According to criminologist Casey Jordan of CNN, Kohberger appeared to be merely “obsessed with crime.”

“From the outset, we had to understand this was an organized killer,” she told the network.

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