Idaho murder suspect tells family ‘I love you’, waives extradition to Idaho

Idaho Murder Suspect Tells Family ‘i Love You’, Waives Extradition To Idaho

Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger is escorted into court in Stroudsburg, PA

STROUDSBURG, PA – A man suspected of killing four University of Idaho students will be brought back to Moscow to face charges.

Bryan Kohberger is charged with killing Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, Ethan Chapin and Madison Mogen in an off-campus home on November 13th.

Kohberger was a student an nearby Washington State University and finished the fall semester before heading to visit his parents in Pennsylvania.

That’s where he was arrested last week.

Kohberger waived his extradition in a brief hearing Tuesday afternoon.

He mouthed “I love you” to his family as he was escorted from the courtroom.

His Pennsylvania attorney said Kohberger is anxious to get back to Idaho to be cleared of the charges.

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