Woman Crashes While Fleeing Police
Saegertown – A woman was hospitalized after she crashed while allegedly attempting to flee from police. On Wednesday officers responded to multiple phone calls to check on a woman found sleeping inside a car on Brown Road near Saegertown; upon arrival, police needed to clear a crowd that had gathered around the vehicle. Once awakened, the woman who was later identified as Elizabeth Bevilheimer,35, of Saegertown, refused to engage with police and then fled the scene, leading officers on a short pursuit before wrecking her car on Park Avenue Extension. She was airlifted to UPMC Hamot.
A woman of the same age named Elizabeth Bevilheimer has an extensive history of crimes and misdemeanors, including involvement with a drug trafficking ring that was busted in 2012.
University of Idaho Killer Warrants Unsealed
Westmoreland County, PA/Moscow, ID –The warrants by which Pennsylvania authorities arrested accused University of Idaho killer Bryan Kohberger at his parent’s Westmoreland County Home have been unsealed. During the arrest, police recovered multiple pieces of evidence, including the alleged knife used for the killings, a handgun, black face masks, and a Hyundai Elantra resembling the suspect vehicle among others. Investigators in Idaho used DNA found on a discarded knife sheath to develop Kohberger as their suspect in the November murders of four college students at the University of Idaho over a single night.