Idaho murders: Unmarked plane supposedly spied on Bryan Kohberger's parent's home for 2 hrs before arrest

Idaho murders: Unmarked plane supposedly spied on Bryan Kohberger's parent's home for 2 hrs before arrest
Bryan Kohberger was arrested from the parents' home in Poconos but he may have been under aerial surveillance just before he was taken into custody (Washington University, Jay Cuda/Twitter)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: The arrest of 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger in the murders of the four University of Idaho students has led to web sleuths generating a number of wild theories regarding the stabbings as well as the suspect. One such web sleuth recently asserted that an unmarked plane was circling above Bryan’s parents’ house for around 2 hours before his arrest on December 30.

Kohberger, a Washington University graduate, was arrested in Pennsylvania for killing Kaylee Gonvalves, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21, in their off-campus home on November 13, 2022. He was reportedly arrested from the home of his parents, Maryann and Michael Kohberger, in Poconos house, where the police also found the white Hyundai Elantra, which they had been searching for many weeks. The authorities had earlier stated that a surveillance team with the FBI tracked the suspect for several days in the area where he was arrested.


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Citing the report, a Twitter user claimed that an unmarked plane was circling Bryan’s parents’ house before his arrest. The user also shared a playback of air traffic above his parents’ house. “This is a playback of air traffic above Bryan Kohberger's parents’ house the night before he was arrested. (an unmarked plane circled it for 2 hours)” the user wrote. Another user examined the playback and wrote “Part of PSPs air fleet includes a Cessna caravan, so this tracks that they were monitoring to make sure he didn't leave the house before the arrest.”


“Seriously! I can see why Chief Fry looks so satisfied. Clearly the evidence these agencies have is enough to warrant all of it. I’m just blown away and so, so impressed,” said the third user while the fourth said "I’m surprised no one plugged the intrepid reporter Brian Entin creeping through the neighborhood. Beings as how there’s a serial killer on the loose and all.”




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The claims came after Bryan, who was a criminology student, agreed to be extradited from Pennsylvania to Idaho. He appeared in court in Pennsylvania for his extradition hearing on Tuesday, December 3, four days after his arrest. His parents and two sisters looked on in court as Judge Margherita Worthington ordered him to be extradited.

Bryan is currently facing four counts of first-degree murder for the brutal stabbings of four students, as previously reported. Prior to the hearing, Bryan’s public attorney Jason LaBar said the family don’t believe Bryan is the culprit. "They can’t believe this. They’re shocked. This is certainly completely out of character, the allegations, and they’re just trying to be supportive with the understanding that these four families have suffered loss," he said. LaBar also revealed that Bryan was shocked by his arrest and is planning to deny all the allegations against him.

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