Quadruple Homicide: Kohberger Claims Alibi of Late-Night Drives in New Court Filing


Bryan Kohberger, 28, the man charged with quadruple homicide in connection with the deaths of four University of Idaho students last year, has offered an alibi. New court documents claim Kohberger was on solitary drive during the time of the murders.

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The court filing by his attorneys comes as the case, which has captured widespread attention, as it heads to trial.

 Latah County Prosecutor Bill Thompson has said he intends to seek the death penalty, and the case is scheduled for trial this fall, though it could be postponed.

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Quadruple Homicide of University of Idaho Students

Kohberger stands accused of the murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin. 

Thompson asserts that Kohberger broke into the student’s home in the early morning hours of November 13 and fatally stabbed each victim. The prosecution has also described how Kohberger allegedly turned off his phone the night of the killings. This was an effort to hide his location before the murders.