A resident who lived near accused Idaho killer Bryan Kohberger told “Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” that his wife was afraid and refused to have him over for dinner.
Grace said the neighbors told her they did not want to be named or associated with him in any way. Still, a man who lived next door to Kohberger in an off-campus residence near Washington State University provided a few details of what he remembered about the defendant.
“She had an intuition about this guy,” the neighbor told Grace, referring to his wife, who didn’t want to associate with Kohberger. “I just can’t put a finger on why. I’m trying to think… like, I don’t know. I can’t really put a finger on it.”
“Woman’s intuition is real,” Grace replied.
The neighbor added that Kohberger’s father asked them to be friends with the accused killer when Kohberger moved to the apartment near them. According to the neighbor, the father said Kohberger “had trouble making friends sometimes.”
As CrimeOnline previously reported, Kohberger is in jail facing murder and burglary charges in connection with the November 13 deaths of University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin, 20; Madison Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves.
The victims were found stabbed to death in their off-campus rental on King Road, near the school. Kohberger is currently the only named suspect in the slayings.
Kohberger remains behind bars without bail. His next hearing is scheduled for June.
Catch this and more in the upcoming Fox Nation special, “Parallels of Evil: The Bundy and Idaho Killings.” Coming soon.
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