News reports of how law enforcement used unique methods to catch Bryan Kohberger
“Sometime right before Christmas we were zeroing in on him being in or going to Pennsylvania,” an unnamed law enforcement source told CNN.
Authorities started trailing Kohberger during the drive east, CNN reported, and an FBI surveillance team tracked him for four days as law enforcement and prosecutors worked to obtain an arrest warrant, two sources said..
Police apparently took DNA from the scene, ran it through a public database, and then used genetic genealogy techniques to connect the DNA to Kohberger through his family members, CNN said…
Was he the alleged stalker?
Cellphone data revealed that Kohberger, 28, was often in the same location as students Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, who were murdered on Nov. 13, a source close to one of the case’s investigators told The Daily Mail.