Bryan Kohberger is escorted to an extradition hearing at the Monroe County Courthouse in Stroudsburg


  • Bryan Kohberger made small talk with police officers during his extradition
  • A police source said the Idaho murders suspect felt sad about his victims
  • Kohberger appeared to be "getting used" to Latah County Jail while isolated from other prisoners

Bryan Kohberger, the accused of killing four Idaho university students, has made remarks about his victims during his extradition after he remained tight-lipped since his arrest.

A police source involved in Kohberger's extradition process told People Magazine that the suspect had a small talk with police officers during his travel from Pennsylvania to Idaho.

The police source said Kohberger acted nervous throughout his extradition, and at one point, he was reassuring himself, saying, "I'm okay, this is okay."

Kohberger reportedly made an offhand comment about the murder victims, according to the police source.

"He did say, 'It's really sad what happened to them,' but he didn't say anything more," the police source said.

Meanwhile, a source from inside the Latah County Jail in Idaho, where Kohberger is currently detained, told People that the suspect seemed "getting used to the place" and making small talks with the guards

The jail source added that Kohberger is being kept away from other prisoners for his safety.

New details about Kohberger emerged after a new video showed the suspect's vehicle may have passed near the crime scene a day after murdering four college students in an off-campus home in Moscow, Idaho.

In the video, a vehicle matching the description of Kohberger's white Hyundai Elantra was seen on Nov. 14, but it's too far to determine the model of the vehicle.

The video appeared to support a part of the unsealed affidavit saying that Kohberger returned to the crime scene at least once after committing the crime.

A law enforcement source has also revealed that federal investigators saw the suspect throw garbage into his neighbors' trash bins in the middle of the night outside his family home in Pennsylvania.

Kohberger was also seen thoroughly cleaning his white Hyundai Elantra vehicle and wearing surgical gloves during the four-day surveillance operation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Kohberger, a 28-year-old criminal justice graduate student at Washington State University, was arrested after being accused of stabbing to death four University of Idaho students—Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, in an off-campus apartment in Moscow, Idaho, on Nov. 13, 2022.

Kohberger was extradited last week from Pennsylvania to Idaho to face four counts of first-degree murder and one count of burglary.

He is expected to appear at a court hearing in Latah County Court on Jan. 12.

Bryan Kohberger leaves after an extradition hearing at the Monroe County Courthouse in Stroudsburg