SWAT teams descended on a sleepy residential community in Pennsylvania early Friday morning and arrested Bryan Christopher Kohberger, the Idaho murder suspect.
Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, and Xana Kernodle, 20, were stabbed to death last month in Moscow, Idaho, along with Xana’s freshman boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, 20.
Kohberger, 28, was apprehended by Pennsylvania State Police at a home in Albrightsville, a small town in the Poconos Mountains more than 2,000 miles from the heinous killings on November 13.
Following Bryan Kohberger’s arrest, information about the University of Idaho murder suspect’s family has surfaced.
Bryan Kohberger family
Bryan Christopher Kohberger was born in the United States to Maryann Kohberger and Michael Kohberger.
Bryan Christopher Kohberger is also the younger brother of two older sisters, Anne Kohberger and Melissa Kohberger.
According to public records, MaryAnn Kohberger, Kohberger’s mother, wrote a letter to the editor about the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school shooting that was headlined, “I pray we consider the children, before the gun.”
“As I sat this morning, reeling from yet another school shooting, I found myself wrestling with which actions need to be taken to stop all the madness,” MaryAnn Kohberger wrote in a letter to The Pocono Record on June 2, 2022. What is the solution? Measures to control firearms? “What about mental health intervention?”
Who is Bryan Kohberger sister, Melissa Kohberger?
Melissa Kohberger, Bryan Kohberger’s sister, is a mental health therapist and a licensed professional counselor in New Jersey.
She works with clients as a therapist to help them connect with their intuition, feel confident in their identity, and learn practical life skills.
Melissa Kohberger, 31, recently graduated from Centenary University.