- Bryan Kohberger was arrested on Friday following a month-long investigation into the murders of four University of Idaho students
- Kohberger’s former professor at DeSales University, Michelle Bolger, said she’s in absolute shock after hearing what her former student has been accused of
- Bolger said he was ‘a brilliant student’ and one of smartest that she’d ever had
- DeSales is a small private Catholic University in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley
- After Kohberger’s online class with Bolger, he became a graduate student at Washington State in Pullman, just 15 miles across border from Moscow, Idaho
A former university professor of accused quadruple murder suspect, Bryan Kohberger has told DailyMail.com he was among the smartest students she’s ever had.
In an exclusive interview, DeSales University Professor Michelle Bolger said she’s in absolute shock after hearing what her former student has been accused of.
‘He’s a brilliant student,’ she told DailyMail.com exclusively from her house in in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.
‘I’m shocked as s**t at what he’s been accused of. I don’t believe it, but I get it,’ she said.
Kohberger is currently in jail awaiting extradition to Idaho where he has been charged with the murders of students Kailee Golcalves, 21, Maddie Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20.
All four were stabbed in their beds in the early morning of November 13.