Search Warrants For Accused Idaho Killer’s Apartment, Office Unsealed

Search Warrants For Accused Idaho Killer’s Apartment, Office Unsealed


A state court in Washington on Wednesday unsealed the search warrants used to collect items from the home and office of the 28-year-old man suspected of killing four University of Idaho students.

Searches were conducted at the suspect’s apartment in Pullman, Washington, and at his office at Washington State University’s department of criminal justice and criminology, where the suspect, who will not be named per Daily Wire policy, was pursuing his Ph.D. Police found nothing at the suspect’s office, the filings show, but hair samples and other evidence was collected from his apartment.

The search warrants show police were looking for blood, DNA, shoes with a particular pattern on the soles, and any information pertaining to the victims who were killed in Moscow, Idaho, on November 13.

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Police seized a “nitrite-type

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