STROUDSBURG, Pennsylvania -- Pennsylvania officials have unsealed additional documents revealing a lengthy list of items seized from the family home of Bryan Kohberger, the man charged with killing four college students in Idaho last year.
The documents released Thursday include a receipt of more property seized from the residence in Chestnuthill Township, Monroe County in late December.
Those items include a knife, a pocketknife, and a Glock 22 handgun with three empty magazines.
A cell phone and a laptop were also seized.
The documents also show that black face masks, black gloves and many articles of dark-colored clothing were found.
Kohberger's car, the garage and a shed on the property were also searched when he was arrested on Dec. 30.
Police took a door panel from the car, seat cushions, headrests, seatbelt, visor, brake and gas pedals, a band-aid, "maps and documents" and other items, including clothing and a shovel.
Two containers of a "green leafy substance" and a book with "underlining on page 118." The former criminology Ph.D. student at Washington State University also had a criminal psychology book in his car, according to the documents.
This follows the release of records on Tuesday, in which it was revealed authorities had seized medical gloves, a flashlight and dark clothing.
Kohberger, 28, is charged with four counts of first-degree murder and burglary in connection with the stabbing deaths of four University of Idaho students.
The bodies of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin were found on Nov. 13, 2022, at a rental home across the street from the campus.
A roommate who lived in the in Moscow, Idaho home where the attack took place has told authorities she was awakened in the early morning hours of Nov. 13, opened her bedroom door and saw a masked figure clad in black clothing walking past her.
A tan leather knife sheath was found on the bed next to two of the victims.
Kohberger's preliminary hearing is scheduled for late June. He has yet to enter a plea.
Investigators seized stained bedding, strands of what looked like hair and a single glove - but no weapon - when they searched Kohberger's Washington state apartment, according to documents released in January.