Bryan Kohberger, the man suspected of killing four Idaho college students in their beds, was said to have made “creepy” comments to female staff at a local bar. Jordan Serulneck, 34, owns the Seven Sirens Brewing Company in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, which Kohberger visited a few months back. Serulneck said that while the bar gets no shortage of strange patrons, Kohberger stood out because of his “creepy” behavior.
Kohberger made inappropriate and uncomfortable comments to female customers and staff members alike, Serulneck said. It got so bad that a warning was placed on the brewery’s computer system that alerted staff every time he visited. “Staff put in there, ‘Hey, this guy makes creepy comments, keep an eye on him. He’ll have two or three beers and then just get a little too comfortable,” he told Today.
The 28-year-old, who’s currently awaiting extradition to Idaho, would allegedly ask female patrons and employees where they lived, if they were there alone, and when they worked. If he was rejected, he would get “upset with them a little bit.” On one occasion, Serulneck says Bryan Kohberger verbally assaulted a woman who turned him down.
“I went up to him and I said, ‘Hey Bryan, welcome back. We appreciate you coming back … I just wanted to talk to you real quick and make sure that you’re going to be respectful this time and we’re not going to have any issues,'” Serulneck recalls. “And he was completely taken aback. He was shocked that I was saying that, and he said, ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about. You totally have me confused.'”
Bryan Christopher Kohberger was arrested on Friday, December 30 at his parents’ home in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania. He is facing first-degree murder charges in relation to the Deaths of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin, and Xana Kernodle.