It has been nearly 4 months since tragedy struck in Moscow, Idaho--a small college town that here in the State of Idaho has been beloved for being safe, fun, and neighborly. On the afternoon of Sunday, November 14th, we began learning that there were deaths being reported just off of campus--little did we know that the entire globe would latch onto the story, which turned out to be a horrific quadruple homicide.

Since making their arrest in Pennsylvania--little is known about Bryan Kohberger or frankly, the case. Some search warrants have been unsealed and now the public has a very, very vague idea of what authorities took from his vehicle, apartment, and Pennsylvania home.

New details have emerged following an interview with one of the officers on scene when the late-night, secret operation took place, bringing Kohberger into custody. According to this source, when authorities entered the home, Kohberger was up--wearing gloves--and putting his own personal trash in individual Ziploc bags.

Was Kohberger going to great lengths to hide his DNA? Remember, it is his dad's DNA that was a match to the DNA found on the knife sheath. Perhaps Kohberger was successful, for a while, at keeping his DNA out of reach?

After making an arrest, Kohberger was put into custody while authorities executed search warrants of the home and the white Hyundai Elantra. Below you can find an extensive list of items taken: 

Items Taken from Bryan Kohberger in Pennsylvania

Here's a look at what investigators recored as taken from the home

Here's a look at what was taken from Bryan Kohberger's apartment in Pullman, Washington: 

Items Taken From Idaho Murder Suspect's Apartment

After being unsealed, new search warrant documents reveal what was taken by investigators

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