Bryan Kohberger did not cause problems in Pennsylvania jail, according to the warden

Bryan Kohberger did not cause problems in Pennsylvania jail, according to the warden

The warden of the Pennsylvania jail where Bryan Kohberger has been incarcerated described the accused murderer’s time behind bars as “uneventful,” refuting rumors that he taunted jail officers.

Kohlberger, who is accused of murder in the deaths of four University of Idaho students, was confined at the Monroe County Correctional Facility alone on suicide watch as a maximum-security inmate, according to Warden Garry Haidle.

According to Haidle, his detention at the Monroe County Correctional Facility was uneventful.

Since he was locked up on Friday morning, according to the jail’s commander, “all standard policies and procedures have been followed.”

The warden also rejected a Daily Mail allegation in which a fellow convict claimed Kohberger taunted officers, attempted self-exposure, and sung violent rap songs.

Valerie Cipollina, 50, of Garnerville, New York, told the outlet that she watched Kohberger behaving out during her brief stay in the lockup cell following her New Year’s Day arrest for domestic violence.

“If you enter this area, I will cut you. I will urinate on your face. “Do whatever you want with me, I don’t care,” Cipollina asserted. Kohberger yelled at a security guard.

She also claimed to have heard a female officer urge Kohberger to put his pants back on, despite not being able to view Kohberger’s lower half.

“I couldn’t see his genitalia since the glass wall only went so far down,” she said, adding that she believed he was attempting to expose himself to the woman.

Cipollina reportedly stated that the alleged murderer yelled expletives-laced rap songs and threats at the personnel.

The four deceased students were identified as Madison Mogen, age 21, Kaylee Goncalves, age 21, Ethan Chapin, age 20, and Xana Kernodle, age 20.

Kohberger is charged with four counts of murder for the November 13 stabbing deaths of Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, and Madison Mogen, 21.

On Tuesday, he agreed to be extradited to Idaho, where he will be charged formally with four murders. On Tuesday, Judge Worthington ordered that Kohberger be turned over to the state of Idaho within ten calendar days.

Friday, he was detained at his parents’ residence in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, after driving cross-country with his father from Pullman, Washington.


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