Idaho Homicide Suspect on Suicide Watch in Jail, Did not Trigger Points
The Idaho homicide suspect has been positioned on suicide watch whereas behind bars, however his time behind bars has been uneventful … regardless of studies on the contrary.
Garry Haidle — the warden of Monroe County Jail in Pennsylvania, the place Bryan Kohberger has been held since his arrest on Dec. 30 — says the 28-year-old criminology pupil was placed on suicide watch from day 1 … however it’s not as a result of they thought he’d take his personal life.
Haidle says it is truly normal working process for high-security inmates who face critical prices like those Kohberger is up towards — 4 counts of first-degree homicide.
With that mentioned, the warden notes that Kohberger’s stick with them was “uneventful” … and would not elaborate additional. Nonetheless, it feels like Monroe County is capturing down any notion that Kohberger was performing out.
There’ve been studies suggesting Kohberger was taunting guards, threatening to chop/urinate on individuals, exposing himself, and even rapping violent lyrics.
Present Monroe County inmate Valerie Cipollina informed the Every day Mail she was positioned in a cell near Kohberger when he was first introduced in. She additionally claimed Kohberger was saying he did not care what occurred to him.
However the warden appears to be saying that is not what was taking place. If something, he makes it seem to be nothing was out of the unusual whereas Kohberger was there — which jibes with what his protection legal professional informed us.Jason LaBar says his consumer has remained even-keeled by way of all this … however did say Kohberger thinks he’ll in the end be exonerated.
Kohberger was seen in particular person for the primary time Tuesday, the place he was hauled into an extradition listening to in entrance of a choose. He is anticipated to not put up a struggle towards Idaho legislation enforcement officers to have shipped throughout state strains to reply for the fees.