As the manhunt for the person who murdered the four Idaho students Kaylee, Maddie Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin dragged on for more than a month, people all over the country wondered what kind of person was capable of carrying out such heinous killings and, it appeared at the time, escaping unnoticed.
When law enforcement charged Bryan Kohberger with the murders on December 30, the portrait of a loner – a gruff student of the criminal mind who kept to himself – began to emerge. However, interviews with Dash, who lived in the same apartment complex as Kohberger, and others who knew Kohberger on a casual basis paint a different picture: one of a man who was not always introverted and could sometimes have an outgoing demeanor that impressed or put people off.
Four days after the murders of Idaho students Kaylee, Maddie Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin, suspect Kohberger attended a medical appointment. He reportedly was ‘chatty’ and ‘charmed’ the staff. He was later charged with the murders. The murder suspect was so friendly, according to a receptionist at the doctor’s office who spoke on the condition of anonymity, that her boss took notice. The receptionist said her boss also commented on him, saying he was ‘so nice and charming’.
Bryan Kohberger, according to Arun Dash, a neighbor who lived in the same apartment complex as Kohberger, went out of his way to introduce himself and make plans to hang out with him. He described him as “chatty” in the days following the murders.
The 28-year-old criminology graduate, on the other hand, left a different impression on another neighbor. Angela He, his downstairs neighbor with two small children, has described him as an insomniac who strolled around in the middle of the night and sometimes ran his garbage disposal until 4 a.m.
Insider spoke with Kacia Julius, a bartender at The Land nearby, who said she only remembered him because of his height – and the name on his credit card. “He was normal,” she explained.
Another criminology student who had Kohberger as a teaching assistant said he was unfriendly at first and seemed to lose interest in teaching after the murders.
Kohberger was arrested on December 30 and is currently being held at the Latah County Jail on four counts of first-degree murder and one count of burglary. Investigators have linked him to the killings using his cellphone data, car make and model, and DNA found on a knife sheath left at an off-campus home about ten miles from Pullman.
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