The man suspected of killing four Idaho college students was taken into custody after law enforcement officials broke through windows and doors.
Pennsylvania State Police. Christopher Paris gave new details about the arrest of Bryan Kohberger, who was taken into custody Friday at his parents' home in Chestnutville, Pennsylvania after a nearly seven-week investigation into the brutal murders.
According to Paris, authorities gained access to the home early Friday morning after securing three search warrants and a fugitive from justice warrant.
Paris said during a Tuesday press conference that there were multiple windows that were broken to gain access.
The parents of the man who was arrested were home at the time.
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Paris said that law enforcement authorities began to prepare to serve the warrants Thursday evening but didn't enter the home until the early morning hours on Friday.
Paris said that they wanted to go in at a time when they thought it would be the safest for everyone.
The two law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN that the FBI had been watching him for four days before his arrest as authorities worked to secure the warrants.
The man accused of killing four University of Idaho students is going to be extradited to the US.
The man is accused of killing four people in a Moscow, Idaho rental home. The Moscow Police believe that five people were stabbed to death at an off-campus residence. Some of the victims had defensive wounds.
Two women who lived on the ground floor of the residence survived the attack.
Law enforcement sources told CNN that the evidence found at the crime scene matched the genetic material of the attacker. Around the time of the murders, a white car was seen near the scene. The car was recovered in Pennsylvania, according to Moscow Police Chief James Fry.
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The probable cause affidavit in the case will not be made public until the process to extradite him to Idaho is complete, according to Moscow Police.
After appearing in a Monroe County courtroom, Kohberger agreed to be extradited back to Idaho.
Michael Mancuso, the first assistant district attorney in Monroe County, said Tuesday he believed that Kohberger did not fight the extraditement because he wanted to see the probable cause affidavit.
The need to know what was in the documents was one of the main reasons the man chose to waive his rights to be extradited and return to Idaho.
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At the time of the killings, he was a student in the criminal justice program at Washington State University.
He lived in Pullman, Washington, which is about 10 miles from the murder scene.
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