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Bryan Kohberger’s Parents Testify in Woman’s Disappearance Case in Same County as Son’s Living Area

Bryan Kohberger’s Parents Testify in Woman’s Disappearance Case in Same County as Son’s Living Area

Parents of Suspected Idaho Killer Called to Testify over Missing Woman’s Disappearance

The parents of Bryan Kohberger, a suspected killer of four University of Idaho students, have been called to testify over the disappearance of 45-year-old Dana Smithers in May 2022. Kohberger’s parents were subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury in Monroe County, but it remains unclear why they were called. Smithers was last seen on May 28, 2022, in Ring camera footage, and her remains were discovered almost a year later near the Kohberger home in Pennsylvania.

Kohberger Has Strong Alibi

According to a source close to the matter, Kohberger has a “strong alibi” that could prove he is not involved in Smithers’ disappearance, but this information has yet to come to light. Kohberger stands accused of murdering Maddie Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle in 2022, and the families of Mogen and Goncalves have filed tort notices to protect their rights to sue the University and the city of Moscow.

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Kohberger’s Family Releases Statement

Despite Kohberger’s arrest, his family released a statement expressing deep concern for the four families affected by the tragedy. They confirmed that they have fully cooperated with law enforcement agencies and would continue to love and support their son and brother. A trial date has been set for October 2, and Kohberger could face the death penalty if found guilty of any murder charges.

Items Seized from Kohberger’s Apartment Test Positive for Blood

Recent developments revealed that two items seized from Kohberger’s apartment tested positive for the presence of blood. The items, a mattress cover and an uncased pillow, both showed visible reddish-brown stains, but it was not disclosed whose blood was found on them. The items were seized on December 30, the day of Kohberger’s arrest.

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