Co. Burger in an Idaho court Thursday to face first degree murder charges in the November slayings of four college students. It's called burgers First Court appearance since being extradited from Pennsylvania, where he was taken into custody last week, while visiting family alleges that you committed the felony offense of murder in the first degree, according to a newly unsealed affidavit. Co burgers arrest came after investigators used DNA evidence to link him to a knife sheath left behind at the scene of the murders.
Cellphone records also into Kate Co. Burger visited the area near the home at least a dozen times prior to that night. His phone, however, was not traced there that evening. Documents also revealed police have video evidence showing a white sedan believed to be driven by co burger circling the house before the murders and then fleeing from the scene at a high speed around 4:30 A.m. one of the most alarming pieces of evidence testimony from another roommate in the house, who alleges they saw a tall man wearing all black and a mask on the night of the murders.