Attorneys for the man accused of stabbing four University of Idaho students to death last year say he often took long drives at night.
Bryan Kohberger was not in the area at the time four University of Idaho students were killed on Nov. 13, his attorney said, without providing information or evidence about where he was.
But the University of Idaho said it still expects to demolish the rental house later this year.
Bryan Kohberger pleaded not guilty in the fatal stabbings of Kaylee Goncalves, Maddie Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin.
With the sweeping gag order and no preliminary hearing ahead of Bryan Kohberger’s murder trial, people fill in the vacuum of information with theories and “scoops” from anonymous sources.
Prosecutors have so far shared few details, including a possible motive, about the case, which has prompted intense speculation on social media.
Bryan Kohberger is scheduled to be arraigned Monday following the 2022 slayings of four university students.
Dark clothing, medical gloves, and a flashlight were among some of the items taken from the home where Bryan Kohberger was arrested in December.
Bryan Kohberger also threw trash away in his neighbors' bins at 4 a.m., according to a CNN source.
One roommate who survived the slayings came face to face with the killer that night, according to the document.