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Bryan Kohberger's parents called before grand jury in Pennsylvania woman's death: reports

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MOSCOW, IDAHO - MAY 22: Bryan Kohberger enters the courtroom for his arraignment hearing in Latah County District Court, May 22, 2023 in Moscow, Idaho.

Kohberger is accused of killing four University of Idaho students in November 2022.(Photo by Zach The parents of Bryan Kohberger, Michael and Maryann Kohberger, were called to testify in front of a Pennsylvania grand jury this week in connection with the May 2022 disappearance of a woman found dead in April, according to local reports.Dana Smithers, 45, was last seen leaving a friend's house in Monroe County the evening of May 28.

Almost a year later, her remains were recovered in Stroudsburg – a Poconos community about a 30-minute drive from the Kohberger family home in Albrightsville.Kohberger began a Ph.D.

program at Washington State University in the fall of 2022. The school is about 10 miles from the University of Idaho, where he is accused of brutally stabbing four undergrads at 4 a.m.

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