Brian Koberger, the 28-year-old suspect in the the stabbing deaths of four Idaho college students a grand jury indicted last November.

He faces the same charges – four counts of first degree murder and burglary for his alleged involvement in the murders – in the indictment, a spokesman for the Idaho Department of Justice confirmed to CBS News.

Koberger was arrested at his parents’ home in Albrightsville, Pa., six weeks after the stabbing deaths of Madison Mogen and her friend, Kayleigh Goncalves, both 21, and Zana Kernodle and her boyfriend, Ethan Chapin, both 20, at their residence on King Road.

He was extradited to Idaho and is currently being held in the Latta County Jail without bond, according to jail records. Kochberger has yet to enter a guilty plea, and he is waiting to find out whether the prosecutor’s office they will seek the death penalty in a high-profile case.

The indictment allows prosecutors to bypass a week-long preliminary hearing that was scheduled to begin on June 26.

An attorney for one of the surviving roommates, Bethany Funke, 21, argued in a motion to overturn her appearance that the preliminary hearing was intended to determine probable cause and should not turn into a “mini-trial.”

Funke later agreed to meet with Koberger’s attorneys in Reno, Nevada, instead of appearing in court in Idaho for a preliminary hearing. petition filed in district court in Washoe County, Nevada.

An Idaho court spokesman said Koberger’s arraignment hearing is scheduled for Monday morning.

Emily Mae Chahor contributed reporting.

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