‘She Had No Idea’: Sister of Idaho Victim Reacts to Claim that Suspect’s Phone Pinged Near House 12 Times

Kaylee Goncalves’ sister is standing up interestingly since a 28-year-elderly person was captured and accused of the killings of Kaylee and three companions.

As indicated by Alivea Goncalves, 26, it was excruciating to discover that the suspect, Bryan Kohberger, was supposedly watching the home for a really long time before the killings occurred.

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“We couldn’t really understand. She couldn’t really understand. I had no clue about that genuine evil was really watching them,” Alivea told NewsNation.

Kohberger, a PhD understudy concentrating on criminal science at Washington State College, was captured on Dec. 30 in Pennsylvania and accused of four counts of homicide and one include of crime thievery regarding the Nov. 13 cutting passings of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20.

In the reasonable justification testimony, specialists claim Kohberger’s mobile phone pinged in the space of the 1122 Lord Street home in Moscow, Idaho, where the killings occurred on “no less than twelve events preceding November 13, 2022.” “These events, aside from one, happened in the late night and early morning hours of their particular days,” the affirmation peruses.

Kohberger’s condo in Pullman, Wash., is around 10 miles from the Moscow home. As indicated by the sworn statement, Kohberger’s mobile phone was close to the Lord Street home on August 21, 2022 from roughly 10:34 p.m. to 11:35 p.m.. August 21 was a Sunday and the day preceding fall semester classes started at both the College of Idaho and Washington State College.

“At the point when my sister was FaceTiming me about another egg nibbles recipe, [Kohberger] was [allegedly] arranging his following visit to the home,” Alivea said.

“That is truly troublesome, it’s truly troublesome, not to wish that you had accomplished more and wish that you had known more.”


The affirmation likewise claims that Kohberger got back to the scene between 9:12 a.m. what’s more, 9:21 a.m. on Nov. 13 — roughly five hours after the killings occurred — before police were called to the home. Alivea told NewsNation she thinks he got back to the scene to “check whether his carnival, so to say, had begun to unfurl.”

Alivea said she will be at “each and every” hearing while the case proceeds. Kohberger’s starter hearing — where he will enter a request to the charges against him — is booked for Jan. 12.

“We actually have such a drawn out, difficult experience in front of us, yet the help that we as a whole felt having a suspect in care was — it was like I couldn’t depict it, similar to the heaviness of the world was lifted from our shoulders,” Alivea said. The oath expresses that one of the enduring flat mates was dozing in her room on the second floor where Kernodle and Chapin were killed, and that the enduring flat mate saw the thought executioner. The flat mate told specialists she opened her room entryway “after she heard the crying and saw a figure clad in dark dress and a veil that covered the individual’s mouth and nose strolling towards her,” the testimony peruses.

She depicted the individual as “5’10” or taller, male, not extremely strong, however physically worked with ragged eyebrows,” as per the sworn statement.

The individual strolled past the flat mate toward the losing the faith entryway as “she remained in a ‘frozen shock stage,'” the sworn statement peruses. She then locked her room entryway, the oath states. An emergency consider revealing an “oblivious individual” was made at 11:58 a.m., almost eight hours after specialists accept the killings occurred.

“I truly do know [one of the enduring roommates] is truly youthful and she was likely extremely frightened, and until we have any more data, I figure everybody ought to quit passing decisions since you don’t have the foggiest idea what you would do in that situation,” Alivea told NewsNation.