Classmates of the Idaho quadruple murder suspect have said he became more chatty in their criminology class after November’s quadruple-slaying – but turned silent when the killings themselves were discussed.
Bryan Kohberger, 28, was taken into custody by the Pennsylvania State Police on Friday morning more than 2,000 miles from where four university students were killed in their beds on November 13.
Students who attended Washington State University with Kohberger were shocked to learn that the quiet man in their classroom was the prime suspect in the brutal slaying.
BK Norton, who was in the same criminal justice graduate program with Kohberger, said her classmate appeared more animated and talkative following the murders.
‘He seemed more upbeat and willing to carry a conversation,’ she told the New York Times.
But Norton noted all his enthusiasm would go away and he would become ‘quiet and deadpan’ when the class would discuss the Idaho murder case.
Another video that has made rounds declares Kohberger was a heroin user..