‘There are no words’: family of man arrested in Moscow murder case releases statement

‘There are no words’: family of man arrested in Moscow murder case releases statement
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The family of the 28-year-old graduate student arrested in connection with four murders in Moscow released a statement on Sunday through the suspect’s public defender, pledging love and support for the suspect and offering prayers from the families of the suspect. victims.

Bryan Kohberger was arrested early Friday morning in Pennsylvania on an Idaho warrant charged with first-degree murder in the stabbings of Madison Mogen, 21, of Coeur d’Alene, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, of Rathdrum; junior Xana Kernodle, 20, of Post Falls; and freshman Ethan Chapin, 20, of Mount Vernon, Washington.

All four victims were students at the University of Idaho, while Kohberger received a Ph.D. candidate studying criminology at Washington State University, a short drive from Moscow.

Jason LaBar, the Monroe County public defender representing Kohberger in Pennsylvania as he awaits extradition to Idaho, shared the Kohberger family’s statement with the Idaho Statesman on Sunday.

“First of all, we deeply care about the four families who have lost their precious children,” the statement said. “There are no words that can adequately express the sadness we feel, and we pray for them every day. We will continue to process the legal process and as a family we will love and support our son and brother.”

The family — Kohberger’s parents and two sisters, LaBar said — asked for privacy and said they have fully cooperated with law enforcement investigations.

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LaBar told the Statesman on Saturday that Kohberger “has been happy to be acquitted” and plans to waive his extradition rights at a Pennsylvania court hearing on Tuesday.

Kohberger’s arrest came more than a month after the quadruple murder rocked the Moscow community. Moscow police officials gave few details about the case at a news conference Friday, but police chief James Fry told UKTN News on Saturday that police believe Kohberger is the sole perpetrator.

“We believe we have our man, the one who committed these murders,” he said.

Fry also told UKTN News that a white Hyundai Elantra — a vehicle Moscow police were looking for in connection with the crime — belongs to Kohberger and was seized at his parents’ home in Pennsylvania, where he was arrested .

LaBar told UKTN that Kohberger’s father left for Washington in December and the two men drove to Pennsylvania together, arriving around December 17.

LehighValleyNews.com, a local news outlet, reported that Kohberger received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from nearby DeSales University, a private school just south of Allentown. Kohberger reportedly earned his master’s degree in criminal justice in June, the outlet reported, and was a student of Katherine Ramsland, a forensic psychology professor who has written several books about serial killers.

LehighValleyNews.com said Ramsland confirmed Kohberger was a student but denied further comment. Ramsland did not respond to requests for comment from the Idaho Statesman on Saturday.

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