Hair Strands, Stained Pillow Among Creepy Items Seized From Kohberger’s Apartment

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Following last month’s arrest of quadruple-murder suspect and criminology scholar Bryan Kohberger, police searched his campus apartment at Washington State University for clues.

There, investigators collected evidence that ranged from creepy to mundane: a black surgical glove; a vacuum cleaner bag; roughly a dozen strands of hair, both human and animal; receipts from Marshall’s and Walmart; a sample collected from a “dark red spot” found inside; cuttings from an “uncased pillow [with a] reddish/brown stain;” and a mattress cover bearing “multiple stains.”

That’s according to a newly unsealed search warrant affidavit, which was made public on Wednesday and provided to The Daily Beast by the Whitman County, Washington Superior Court clerk. Along with those items, cops seized an Amazon Fire TV stick and a computer tower, which the affidavit says detectives planned to search for “[a]ny images, whether digital or on paper or any other format,” showing victims Ethan Chapin, 20; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Xana Kemodle, 20; or Madison Mogen, 21; along with surviving roommates Bethany Funke and Dylan Mortensen, both 19.

Read more at The Daily Beast.


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