Nancy Grace reveals Idaho murder house was unsafe, says 'predators could get so close to victims' windows'

Nancy Grace reveals Idaho murder house was unsafe, says 'predators could get so close to victims' windows'
Nancy Grace revealed eerie information about the 1122 King Road murder house (YouTube Screenshot/Fox News, Instagram/@xanakernodle, @kayleeGoncalves)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: There has been significant progress in solving the November 13 deaths of four University of Idaho students. Xana Kernodle, 20, Ethan Chapin, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, were discovered stabbed to death at their off-campus King Road residence. The investigation by authorities led to the arrest of the murders' suspect, Bryan Kohberger. Since his arrest, there has been a lot of divulgence of the details surrounding the case.

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Recently, Fox Nation host Nancy Grace unveiled eerie information about the 1122 King Road murder house. Sharing a clip of the house, Grace revealed on Twitter that 1122 King Road house was very close to the parking lot and people could directly "see straight into their home." In the tweet in she wrote, "Predator can get so close to their windows. These girls never had a chance."

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In the clip, she said, "I'm here behind the murder scene right now and you can see straight into the girl's place. This is the parking lot we've been hearing about right behind their home. I mean, it's right here. It's a lot tighter and a lot smaller than you think." She went on and added, "And just looking up here, I feel like you can see straight into their home. These girls never had a chance against a predator." Along with the video clip, Grace shared an image of the murder house showing the balcony and porch side of the house.

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How Bryan Kohberger was tracked by the police?

Kohberger was charged with four counts of murder and one count of felony burglary in connection with the November 2022 fatal stabbings of University of Idaho students. Kohberger, 28, a PhD student in criminology at Washington State University, faced first-degree murder charges, as reported by MEAWW.

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Investigators also combed the King Road house neighborhood to gather video footage, which showed a white automobile, subsequently identified as a Hyundai Elantra, heading toward the home about 3.30 am on November 13, 2022, making numerous passes by the house and then leaving the area "at a high rate of speed" around 4.20 a.m. Security footage from Kohberger's PhD program at Washington State University in Pullman showed a similar white vehicle leaving shortly before 3 am for Moscow, about 15 miles away over the state line, and then returning around 5.30 am.

Kohberger's cellphone details 

Police learned Kohberger had been stopped for a traffic violation in August after identifying him as a likely suspect. He offered the Moscow police his phone number at the time. Investigators combed through cellphone records in late December hoping to determine whether his phone had pinged mobile towers near the crime scene or on routes to and from it. In addition, police informed that Kohberger's phone also returned to the crime scene area at 9.15 am on November 13, roughly five hours after the stabbings, as per reports.

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About Kohberger's arrest 

Kohberger was apprehended on Friday, December 30, following a SWAT raid at his parents' Albrightsville, Pennsylvania home. Police seized a white Hyundai Elantra that matched the vehicle shown on the house's security video at the time of the murders. Kohberger was detained in the Latah County Jail on January 4 after being extradited from Pennsylvania. He appeared in court for the first time in Idaho on January 5 and did not enter a plea. His bail application was also denied. He'll be detained in custody until his next court date on January 12, as reported by MEAWW.

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.

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