Indiana State Police (ISP) released footage of the traffic stop on December 15, which included Bryan Kohberger, accused of killing four University of Idaho students, after an officer saw another vehicle following very closely in Hancock County.
Published by dashcam and bodycam images ISP On January 3, a police officer is seen pulling a white Hyundai Elantra east of Interstate 70 in Hancock County. Kohberger can be seen in the driver’s seat of the vehicle.
ISP During the interception, Moscow said it had no information about the suspect in the murders in Idaho, and no identification information for the white Hyundai Elantra, which Moscow police said was seen near the crime scene around the time the murders were committed. dead, A B C reported.
The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office said one of its officers stopped Kohberger minutes before state troopers did, also because he was following another vehicle too closely. A B C. The report stated that Kohberger was released twice with a verbal warning.
Kohberger was arrested in Pennsylvania on December 30. Students Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin were fatally stabbed in a rental home near the University of Idaho campus early on November 13. Credit: Indiana State Police via Storyful
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– Do you know what you are doing?
– Were you stopped by a soldier?
– We don’t have an SUV.
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– He was a county man. Was it like a black SUV?
– OK. Okay okay. And did it stop you for following it too closely?
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– If you are stopped, I will not give you another penalty or warning. Make sure you have enough room for yourself, okay?
– So like I said, what matters is how fast you go, okay? So if you’re going 10 miles per hour, you only need one car. So the speed limit here is 70.
If you’re going 70 miles per hour, you’ll get seven miles [INAUDIBLE]. Yeah yeah. That’s the easy way to explain it.
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– Thank you sir.