Suspect in University of Idaho murder case claims cellphone data confirms he was driving during the slayings

Per NBC News, the legal team representing the suspect in the tragic 2022 murder of four University of Idaho students claims that cellphone tower data confirms his presence miles away at the time of the killings.
Bryan Kohberger, indicted on murder charges, asserts his alibi was substantiated by his mobile device's location.
Victims Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin were fatally stabbed at their off-campus residence in Moscow, Idaho. Prosecutors linked Kohberger to the crime scene through DNA from a knife sheath.
While Kohberger's team previously stated he was driving alone during the incident, they now plan to present expert testimony supporting this claim with cellphone data. Kohberger, residing in Pullman, Washington, 9½ miles from Moscow, was arrested in Pennsylvania and pleads not guilty. His defense, led by Public Defender Anne C. Taylor, prepares to leverage cell tower data expert Sy Ray's testimony to demonstrate Kohberger's absence from Moscow during the crime.
Despite a security video showing a white Hyundai Elantra near the scene, Wednesday's filing challenges this, suggesting Kohberger's car could not have been there as he did not travel east that night.