Bryan Kohberger, The Accused, and The Apprehension

Bryan Kohberger, the man accused of stabbing four Idaho college students to death, sat wordlessly in court during his arraignment on Monday as a judge read the charges against him.

The 27-year-old suspect was arrested last Friday on suspicion of the horrific attack on four young people at a house near the University of Idaho. The victims, who were all students at the university, were discovered dead on Sunday morning.

According to law enforcement officials, Kohberger was taken into custody after an investigation led them to his location in a nearby town. He was transported back to Latah County and booked into jail to await his arraignment.

The details surrounding the crime are still unclear, but authorities have confirmed that all four of the victims died as a result of multiple stab wounds. They also believe that Kohberger acted alone.

Bryan Kohberger's arraignment on Monday was a brief affair, lasting only a few minutes. The judge read the charges against him, which include four counts of first-degree murder, and set his bail at $5 million.

Kohberger did not enter a plea at his arraignment, and it remains unclear whether he has