Bryan Kohberger’s Alibi in Idaho College Murder Case

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Idaho College Murders: Bryan Kohberger’s Alibi

Bryan Kohberger, the individual charged with the killings of four University of Idaho students in late 2022, asserts his alibi, claiming he was on one of his regular nighttime drives during the time of the Idaho College murders.

He states that his cell phone records will support his claim.

Kohberger’s Assertion

In a recent legal filing, 29-year-old Bryan Kohberger stated that he frequently explored the Palouse region after relocating to Pullman.

He maintains that he was engaged in such activity when the four students were slain, alleging that his cell phone records will indicate his presence south of Pullman and west of Moscow on November 13, 2022.

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Official Alibi Document

The document filed on Wednesday serves as Bryan Kohberger's official alibi, in which he asserts his whereabouts during the time of the Idaho College murders.

Kohberger claims that after moving to Pullman in June 2022, he frequently engaged in activities like running, hiking, and driving around the Palouse area, with a particular fondness for Wawawai Park.

Support from Phone Data

Kohberger maintains that his phone data will support his preference for late-night drives.

The document states that on the early morning of November 13, 2022, he was driving in the area south of Pullman, Washington, and west of Moscow, Idaho, including Wawawai Park, as he often did to hike, run, or stargaze.

Strengthening the Alibi

To strengthen his alibi, Kohberger plans to present testimony from a Cell Site Location Information (CSLI) expert to confirm his presence south of Pullman and west of Moscow at the time of the Idaho College murders.

He asserts that he did not travel east on the Moscow-Pullman Highway on that particular morning.

Legal Proceedings and Charges

Kohberger faces charges of first-degree Idaho College murder in connection with the deaths of Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Madison Mogen.

The victims were discovered stabbed in a residence near the University of Idaho campus on November 13, 2022.


Following his arrest, Kohberger was indicted by a grand jury and chose to remain silent during his arraignment.

Last year, the state of Idaho announced its intention to seek the death penalty against Kohberger. As of now, no trial date has been set.

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