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A white Hyundai Elantra spotted near the King Street residence where 4 Idaho students were killed led police to a 28-year-old suspect in Pennsylvania.

Bryan Christopher Kohberger, a criminology PHD student at Washington State University in Pullman, was arrested by a SWAT team at 3 a.m. Friday in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

A white Hyundai Elantra was towed from the suspect’s home in Pennsylvania.

A witness spotted a white Elantra near the King Street house where the students were killed in the early hours of Nov. 13, according to NBC New York.

Moscow, Idaho police confirmed to NBC News that they will be holding a press conference at 4 p.m. EST.

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Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kernodle’s boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, 20, were killed as they slept in bedrooms in off-campus housing near the University of Idaho.

Coroner’s reports reveal the students were stabbed multiple times in their upper torsos as they slept. Two female students sleeping in lower floor bedrooms were not were unharmed.

Last year, a student investigator named Bryan Kohberger surveyed criminal-minded students to participate in a criminology research project at DeSales University, a private Catholic university in Pennsylvania.

The research project studied emotions and psychological traits that influence the decision-making process before committing a crime.

Kohberger promised aspiring criminals that the survey would be “completely confidential”. He said the research project had been approved by DeSales University.
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The crime baffled police and other law enforcement agencies that offered their help to find the killer.

Many residents believed the crimes would go unsolved as the investigation dragged on for six weeks.

The case took a bizarre turn when a true-crime sleuth on Tiktok accused a University of Idaho professor of ordering the grisly murders.

Ashley Guillard first mentioned Professor Rebecca Scofield as a possible suspect in a Nov. 24 TikTok video. Guillard said she saw Scofield’s involvement in the murders in her tarot cards.

Guillard defended her tarot card reading after Scofield sued her for defamation.

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Guillard said Scofield was involved in a romantic relationship with one of the victims, Kaylee Goncalves.

“I don’t care what y’all say, Rebeca Scofield killed [the victims] and she was the one to initiate the plan,” Guillard said in a TikTok video.

Scofield filed a defamation lawsuit against Guillard when she refused to take the videos down. Scofield is a professor of gender and sexuality studies at the University of Idaho.

Police said there was no evidence to tie Scofield to the murders. Officials confirmed she was in Oregon at the time the students were killed.

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