The mother of one of the four victims of the Idaho murder case, Cara Kernodle, was arrested earlier this week. The booking photo of Xana Kernodle’s mother went viral on the internet. The online records show that she is booked on the charge of first-degree criminal trespassing.

The news of Idaho’s murder case shocked the internet in November. Four Slain University students Xana Kernodle, Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, and Ethan Chapin were found dead in their rental home in Moscow, Idaho on November 13. The case once again made it to the limelight as mother of one of the victims have been sent to prison.

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Who is Cara Kernodle?

Cara Kernodle is the mother of Slain University student and Idaho murder case’s victim, Xana Kernodle. Cara is making headlines over her arrests in Washington following trespassing charges and complaints.

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This is not the first time that Cara has come up in the news. She has been an actively speaking over her daughter’s murder case and trial. She was arrested in Idaho’s Kootenai County on November 19, about a week after the Idaho killings. At that time, she was charged with two felony counts for possession of a controlled substance.

She also appeared on the internet frequently talking about the ongoing proceedings of her daughter’s murder case. Last week, reports went viral that the lead suspect, Bryan Kohberger’s lawyer, Anne Taylor had represent Cara Kernodle before taking up this case. Cara spoke on how she felt betrayed by Taylor over her taking the other side.

An image of Cara’s booking photo has been taking rounds on the internet. Cara is also among the active wanted persons in the Kootenai County Sheriff’s records.