Brian Kohberger cheated medical staff 4 days after 4-man murder in Idaho

WSU, Washington State University

Students walk the campus of Washington State University, where the suspect in the January 3, 2023, murder of four people in Moscow, Idaho, was a graduate student.David Ryder/Getty Images

  • Days after the Idaho killing, Brian Kohberger had a regular medical appointment.

  • Office staff recalled him as being particularly “charming” during a time when most people were canceling.

  • Kohberger is accused of stabbing four University of Idaho students to death.

Four days after four University of Idaho students were brutally murdered, college students there and at nearby Washington State University feared a fugitive killer to stay indoors, cancel appointments, and leave town. even

As well as Brian Coberger was on time for his regular doctor’s appointment .

On November 17, Kohberger arrived at the meeting point wearing a black North Face jacket and was so friendly with the staff that they took notice.

The office receptionist refused to give his name because discussing the interaction would violate medical privacy laws.

“‘She said, ‘He’s so nice and charming.’ She never says that to anyone,” the receptionist told Insider. He really was.'”

He scheduled a regular follow-up for the spring semester.

Prosecutors say Kohberger, 28, who is studying for a doctorate in criminology at WSU, was stabbed. Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle, 20 Nov. 13 at an off-campus residence in Moscow, Idaho.

After more than a month-long search, police arrested Coberger at his parents’ home in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania.

He was extradited to Idaho and is currently awaiting trial without bail. He is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday.

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