It was a tragedy that nobody ever expected to happen in Moscow, Idaho and of course, nobody hoped would have happened anywhere, and to anyone. Four innocent lives, taken at the hands of what investigators believe to be one man, in their own home surrounded by their own friends and loved ones.

In early November, the public learned that authorities found four University of Idaho students dead, stabbed to death, in what has turned into one of the most captivating crime investigations on the entire globe.

Here is a look at what police left with after visiting Bryan Kohberger's apartment: 

Items Taken From Idaho Murder Suspect's Apartment

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

At this point, we don't know who these possible hairs or blood stains belong to

It's going to be a while before any significant information hits the public arena again. After an insane search for Kohberger, much of which was kept private by the Moscow Police Department, he is now locked up at the Latah County Jail--innocent until proven guilty.

Since waiving a speedy trial, the next court date for Bryan Kohberger is in late June of this year. The date, which is so far out, will hopefully help some of the internet rumors and sleuths from crossing the line of decency--however, the case is already so high-profile, we expect the national news networks will be back in Idaho soon.

Inside the Moscow Murder Investigation

Moscow Murder Scene Recreated in Popular Sims Video Game

A video has surfaced which gives a tour of the Moscow, Idaho home where 4 college students were tragically killed--as recreated in Sims. The creator shared that she hopes it does not offend anyone, but that it was her way of trying to help.

Never Before Seen Images Capture Murder Suspect's Traffic Stops

Bryan Kohberger and his father were pulled over twice in Indiana while traveling across the country to Pennsylvania from Pullman, Washington.

Body Cam footage is broken down below--keep scrolling for the FULL VIDEO.

Investigation Discovery To Feature Meridian Murder

A murder in the Treasure Valley? We sure don't hear about that often. You may recall this crime, however, as nothing like it goes on around our town. A Meridian man shot dead in a Walgreens parking lot--because his wife was having an affair with her boss. She was in the parking lot and the only witness.

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