Four-time murder suspect Bryan Kohberger wore a SAFETY helmet after landing in Idaho
Suspected killer Bryan Kohberger was fitted with a hard hat shortly after landing in Idaho before being taken to the Latah County Jail.
The mass murderer was escorted to a vehicle by sheriff’s deputies before a camouflage helmet was put on him by authorities last night.
It’s unclear why law enforcement outfitted him with the safety gear, but it could be to stop him from harming himself or potential threats to his life. Idaho allows open carrying of guns.
He had previously been fitted with a “turtle suit” – a suicide protective vest – when he was first arrested in Pennsylvania on suspicion of the quadruple murder.
Law enforcement outfitted the suspected killer with a hard hat after he got off the plane in Idaho
Hours earlier, Kohberger had shut down an entire airport in Champaign, Illinois, to relieve himself
It came after an entire Illinois airport was evacuated so the suspect could relieve himself and refuel the plane.
Kohberger was seen boarding Flightstar in Champaign around 11 a.m., handcuffed and escorted by three armed officers.
The criminal justice graduate student was wearing his red prison jumpsuit, and the bar on his arrival lasted until he got back on the state-owned plane.
Employees and passengers were asked to exit the building so Kohberger could use the facilities, which were his only stop on his 2,400-mile trip back to Idaho.
The single-engine fixed-wing aircraft Pilatus from 2015 was also refueled inside and took off again shortly afterwards.
Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show the moment Kohberger stepped out of a Pennsylvania State Police Pilatus PC-12 jet surrounded by officers.
Kohberger was seen boarding Flightstar in Champaign around 11 a.m., handcuffed and escorted by three armed officers
The criminal justice graduate student was wearing his red prison jumpsuit, and the bar on his arrival lasted until he got back on the state-owned plane
Suspected killer Bryan Kohberger has returned to Moscow in handcuffs to face charges in the murder of four University of Idaho students
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Kohberger, 28, arrived in Idaho late last night and was transferred to the Latah County Jail along with 22 other inmates.
He is expected to appear in court to face four counts of murder and one charge of burglary.
Once he faces a judge, a probable cause affidavit will be released detailing why police arrested Kohberger for the crimes.
Kohberger was eventually arrested on December 30 at his parents’ home in Pennsylvania for the November 13 massacre of four University of Idaho students.
Kohberger left the Monroe County Correctional Facility at 6 a.m. yesterday after waiving his right to extradition at a hearing Tuesday.
The killer was arrested Friday in connection with the murders of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Ethan Chapin, 20.
Monroe County’s first assistant district attorney, Michael Mancuso, confirmed yesterday that they believe Kohberger is desperate enough to return to Idaho to find out the contents of the affidavit.
An Idaho judge has issued a gag order on Moscow police and legal teams over the case, barring anyone connected to the case from speaking out.
Latah County Prosecutor Bill Thompson said: “Once he gets here he will have a first appearance with our judge.
“They will deal with issues such as ensuring that competent counsel is representing him and the case will be scheduled for hearings.”
Bryan Kohberger arrives at Pullman-Moscow Airport after being flown from Pennsylvania following his court appearance
On Friday, the criminal justice student was arrested in connection with the murders of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Ethan Chapin, 20
A new mugshot of Kohberger was captured after he arrived at the Latah County jail late Wednesday night
Kootenai County’s lead defense attorney, Ann Taylor, will represent Kohberger Idaho, however a five-person team of investigators hired by his defense team was dispatched to the home where the quadruple homicide took place.
The investigation into the home comes after the court ordered a clean-up operation to be halted after it was revealed authorities had made an arrest in the chilling case.
Photos show that an Idaho State Police soldier accompanied the group, but the Idaho attorney representing Kohberger has yet to be identified.
Ex-homicide detective and attorney Ted Williams said, “The fact that Bryan Kohberger’s attorney hired private investigators to investigate this crime scene makes me think he will definitely put up a strong defense.”
An FBI surveillance team wanted to see if suspected quadruple killer Bryan Kohberger had any injuries to his hands after the bloody murders and asked Indiana police to convict him
Both time officials only let him go with a warning, with Kohberger looking visibly more concerned during the Indiana State Police second stop on Dec. 15. He appeared to have no injuries to his arms or hands
Kohberger appeared in court on Tuesday and waived extradition during a brief court hearing
Kohberger’s Pennsylvania public defender Jason LaBar said the alleged killer expects to be “exonerated” — with his family standing by him.
He claims that the family felt it was “completely out of character” to blame him for the bloody murders.
Investigators began tracking Kohberger’s movements across the United States, with witnesses claiming they saw him and his father making repairs to a white Hyundai Elantra on December 16.
Police then impounded the vehicle outside his parents’ home when they stumbled upon the property in Chestnuthill Township, Monroe County.
Kohberger had previously studied under a Pennsylvania professor known for her expertise in serial killers, and was studying criminology at Washington State University at the time of the murders.
Investigators in Moscow, Idaho are yet to pinpoint a motive, but those who knew Kohberger say he took a deep interest in criminal psychology.
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