Michael Kohberger, the father of the University of Idaho murder suspect flew from Pennsylvania to Washington to accompany his son, Bryan Kohberger on a cross-country road trip weeks after the quadruple homicide. 

Who is Michael Kohberger?

Michael Kohberger is the father of the University of Idaho murder suspect Bryan Christopher Kohberger. 

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He is married to Maryann Kohberger, five years younger than Michael. They lived in Indian Mountain Lake, a gated society in Chestnuthill Township, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. Before Chestnuthill Township, they lived in other parts of Pennsylvania including Albrightsville and Effort. 

The couple has two daughters and one son together. They welcomed their first daughter Amanda M. Kohberger in 1988. Younger to Amanda, Melissa Kohberger, their second daughter was born in 1991. Their only son and youngest child, Bryan Christopher Kohberger was born in 1994.

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Michael Kohberger is a 1955-born who worked in Pleasant Valley School District in Brodheadsville, Monroe County as a maintenance worker in 2007, according to GossipNextDoor.com. 

The Kohberger parents filed for bankruptcy in 1995, the Federal Court documents states. The bankruptcy documents mentioned the couple’s names as Michael Francis Kohberger Jr. and Maryann Racquel Kohberger. Their residence address mentioned is Effort, Pennsylvania.

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Michael fled to Washington state to accompany his son, Bryan on a 2,000-mile cross-country road trip back home to Pennsylvania in his white Hyundai Elantra. They flew from Pennsylvania to Washington weeks after the quadruple homicide. 

Bryan was spotted with his father in the white car police were on the hunt for at a car maintenance shop in Pennsylvania on December 16, 2022. 

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The suspected killer was detained on Friday after over a month-long hunt by the police for the culprit behind the brutal murders of teenagers. It included Ethan Chapin, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21.