See It: Bryan Kohberger Stopped by Police A Month Before University of Idaho Murders

A Washington State University police officer pulled over murder suspect Bryan Kohberger, then a WSU student, for running a red light on October 14, 2022, a month before the brutal murders of four University of Idaho students in Moscow, less than 10 miles from his own campus.

In body cam video footage, the officer explains to Kohberger why she’s pulling him over and answers his questions, then finds the specific law she’s referencing when he says his home state, Pennsylvania, doesn’t have such a law.

In the end, the officer decides not to write a ticket and lets him go with a verbal warning.

Kohberger is awaiting trial in Idaho for the murders of Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen, and Kaylee Goncalves. His arraignment is scheduled for June.

The video was obtained through a records request by Chris McDonough, a homicide investigator and frequent guest of Nancy Grace’s CrimeStories, for his YouTube channel, The Interview Room.

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[Featured interview: Washington State University Police Department via The Interview Room]