What Police Have Taken From Idaho Suspect Bryan Kohberger Following His Arrest

According to an unsealed search warrant, alleged Idaho mass killer Bryan Kohberger had medical gloves and a DNA swab when he was detained on December 30 in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, where his parents live. According to the warrant, Kohberger was dressed in dark attire when officers apprehended him shortly before 1:30 a.m., with a black sweatshirt, shorts, socks, and boxers among the items taken. According to the warrant, cops also grabbed a Defiant brand flashlight, four “medical type” gloves, his Nike sneakers, a T-shirt, and the buccal swab. According to a representative for the Monroe County Clerk of Court, more documents pertaining to Kohberger’s case of murdering four University of Idaho students in November will be unsealed and disclosed on Wednesday.